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OneNote Keyboard Shortcuts for Formatting Notes

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Learn how to use keyboard shortcuts for common task in Microsoft OneNote 2010. Learning and memorizing keyboard shortcuts can be difficult but many tasks can be accomplished faster using the shortcuts instead of the mouse and menu. Because there are so many keyboard shortcuts this article will cover the basics and future articles will provide additional shortcuts.

 Many shortcuts require that two or more keys are pressed at the same time. These shortcuts are indicated by the + sign. Any shortcut that has two or three keys separated by the + sign indicates that all key must be pressed together.

Shortcuts for Editing and Typing Notes:

Open New OneNote WindowCRTL+M
Open OneNote Side NoteCTRL+SHIFT+M
Dock OneNote WindowCTRL+ALT+D
Undo Last ActionCTRL+Z
Redo Last ActionCTRL+Y
Select All Item on Current PageCTRL+A
Cut Selected ItemCTRL+X
Copy Selected ItemCTRL+C
Paste Clipboard ContentsCTRL+V
Move to Beginning of LineHOME
Move to End of LineEND
Move One Word to LeftCTRL+LEFT ARROW
Move One Word to RightCTRL+RIGHT ARROW
Move One Character to LeftLEFT ARROW
Move One Character to RightRIGHT ARROW
Delete One Word to LeftCTRL+BACKSPACE
Delete One Word to RightCTRL+DELETE
Delete One Character to LeftBACKSPACE
Delete One Character to RightDELETE
Check SpellingF7
Open Thesaurus for Selected WordSHIFT+F7
Open Context MenuSHIFT+F10

Shortcuts for Formatting Notes:

Insert HyperlinkCTRL+K
Copy Formatting of Selected TextCTRL+SHIFT+C
Paste Formatting of Selected TextCTRL+SHIFT+V
Apply/Remove BoldCTRL+B
Apply/Remove ItalicsCTRL+I
Apply/Remove UnderlineCTRL+U
Apply/Remove Numbered ListCTRL+SLASH
Apply/Remove Bulleted ListCTRL+PERIOD
Apply Subscript FormattingCTRL+=
Apply Superscript FormattingCTRL+SHIFT+=
Apply Strikethrough FormattingCTRL+HYPHEN
Indent Paragraph From LeftALT+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Remove Left Paragraph IndentALT+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
Right-Align Selected ParagraphCTRL-R
Left-Align Selected ParagraphCTRL-L
Increase Font Size of Selected TextCTRL+SHIFT+>
Decrease Font Size of Selected TextCTRL+SHIFT+<

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