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Keyboard Shortcuts for Microsoft PowerPoint

Speed up your outputs by using these shortcuts.
Practice is the key to success. Good Luck!



  General Shortcuts 


Ctrl + N

New Presentation

Ctrl + O

Open Presentation

Ctrl + M

Insert New Slide

Ctrl + X

Cut Selected item

Ctrl + C

Copy Selected item

Ctrl + V

Paste item

Ctrl + Z

Undo last action

Ctrl + Y

Repeat last action

Ctrl + A

Select All

Ctrl + G

Displays Grid and Guides Dialogue Box

Ctrl + K

Insert New Hyperlink (only in text box)

Ctrl + F

Find Text in a slide (only in text box)

Ctrl + H

Replace Text in a slide (only in text box)

Ctrl + D

Duplicate selected item (Slide Sorter view)


Delete selected item ( Slide Sorter view)


Spelling check (contents in text boxes)

Alt + F9

Toggle the guides on and off

Shift + F9

Toggle the grid on and off

Ctrl + Shift + G

Group objects

Ctrl + Shift + H

Ungroup objects

Ctrl + Shift + J

Regroup objects

 Slideshow Shortcuts



To View Slideshow Controls

Shift + F10

Display the shortcut menu


Start Slideshow

Page Down, Right Arrow, or Spacebar

Perform the next animation or advance to next slide

Page Up, Left Arrow, or Backspace

Perform the previous animation or return to previous slide

Slide Number + Enter

Go to Specific Slide


Go to the next hidden slide


Go to the first or next hyperlink on a slide

Shift + Tab

Go to last or previous hyperlink on a slide

B or Period (.)

Display Black Screen/return to Slideshow

W or Comma (,)

Display White Screen/return to Slideshow

Esc or Hyphen (-)

End a Slideshow

Right-click PowerPoint file (in Windows Explorer) and choose Show

Start Slideshow directly without even opening PowerPoint program itself

Ctrl + clicking on View Show in the Slide Show menu

View the slide in a small window atop the slide except launching in full-screen mode



Compiled & Tested by: Muhammad Ajmal Beig Naz
Principal, Pentium Graphics Center & Training Institute

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