F1 – F12 function keys shortcuts

The function keys range from F1 to F12 on a computer keyboard. These keys perform a special function defined by the operating system or by a currently running program. These keys can be used with Alt or Ctrl keys to perform different functions.

F1

  • It is used to open the help window in almost every program.
  • It is also used to enter the BIOS or CMOS Some computers allow you to enter the BIOS setup by using different keys such as F2, F10, Delete, Esc.
  • If you press Window + F1, it will open the Microsoft Windows help and support center.

F2

  • In Microsoft Windows, it is used to rename an icon, file, or folder which the user selects.
  • In Microsoft Excel, the key F2 allows you to edit the selected cell in the Excel sheet.
  • In Microsoft word, if you press Ctrl+F2, the print preview window will open, and Alt+Ctrl+F2 will open the new file or a document.
  • Furthermore, it is also used to enter the CMOS setup.

F3

  • It is mostly used to open a search feature for many programs.
  • In MS-DOS or Windows command line, it provides users the option to repeat the last command entered.
  • In Microsoft Word, if you press Shift + F3, it allows you to change the selected text from uppercase to lowercase or a capital letter at the beginning of every word.
  • In Microsoft Outlook, if you press Windows Key + F3, it will open the advanced find window.

F4

  • Its use is to open the find window in Windows 95 to XP.
  • It is used to open the address bar in Internet Explorer as well as Windows Explorer.
  • In Microsoft Word, it allows you to repeat the last action performed. For example, if you want to retype the last typed word or sentences multiple times, you can use this key.
  • If you press Alt+F4, it will close the currently open window in Microsoft Windows. Furthermore, it is also used to shut down the system, for that you need to press Alt+F4 on desktop screen, you will see a dialog box then click OK button, and the system will be shut down.

F5

  • It is mainly used to refresh or reload the page or document window.
  • If you press Ctrl + F5 or Shift + F5 in a web browser, it completely refreshes the web page, clear the cache, and re-download the whole content of the web page.
  • It provides users the option to access find, replace, and Go To dialog box in Microsoft Word.
  • Furthermore, it is also used to start the slideshow in PowerPoint.

F6

  • It helps users to move the cursor to the address bar in Internet browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.
  • In Microsoft Word, if you press Ctrl+Shift+F6, it allows you to switch between other open Word documents.

F7

  • It is commonly used to check spelling and grammar of a document in Microsoft programs such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, etc.
  • If you press Shift+F7, it allows you to check the thesaurus of the selected word in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint.
  • It provides users the option to turn on Caret Browsing in Mozilla Firefox.

F8

  • The F8 function key allows users to enter the Windows startup menu, generally used to access Windows Safe Mode.
  • It is also used to access the Windows recovery system by some computers but may require a Windows installation CD.

F9

  • It is used to send and receive an email in Microsoft Outlook.
  • It is also used to refresh document in Microsoft Word.
  • Its use is to access the Measurements toolbar in Quark 5.0.

F10

  • It allows you to activate the menu bar of an open application in Microsoft Windows.
  • Shift+F10 is used to open the right-clicking options on a selected word, icon, file, or Internet link.
  • It allows users to access the hidden recovery partition on Compaq, HP, and Sony computers.
  • It provides users the option to enter CMOS setup on some computers.

F11

  • It is used to enable and disable the full-screen mode in all modern internet browsers.
  • It allows users the option to access the hidden recovery partition on eMachines, Gateway, and Lenovo computers.

F12

  • It is used to open the Save as option where you can save a file with a different name in Microsoft Word, Excel, etc.
  • By pressing Ctrl+F12, you can open a file or document in Word, Excel, etc.
  • Shift+F12 is used to save a file in Microsoft Word like we do by using Ctrl+S.
  • If you press Ctrl+Shift+F12 in Microsoft Word, it will open the print preview window of a document or a file like we do by using Ctrl+P.
  • F12 is also used to open a firebug or debug tool of browser.
  • Furthermore, it provides a list of bootable devices on a computer at startup. You can choose that device from the list, which you have connected to your PC to boot from, Such as hard drive, DVD drive or CD, floppy drive, USB drive, and network.

Windows key Shortcuts

  • Win + F1 [Open Windows Help and support]
  • Win [Display or hide the Start screen]
  • Win + B [Set focus in the notification area]
  • Win + C [Open Charms]
  • Win + D [Display and hide the desktop]
  • Win + E [Open File Explorer]
  • Win + F [Open the Search charm and search for files]
  • Win + H [Open the Share charm]
  • Win + I [Open the Settings charm]
  • Win + K [Open the Devices charm]
  • Win + L [Lock your PC or switch people]
  • Win + M [Minimize all windows]
  • Win + O [Lock device orientation]
  • Win + P [Choose a presentation display mode]
  • Win + Q [Open the Search charm to search everywhere or within the open app (if the app supports app search)]
  • Win + R [Open the Run dialog box]
  • Win + S [Open the Search charm to search Windows and the web]
  • Win + T [Cycle through apps on the taskbar]
  • Win + U [Open Ease of Access Center]
  • Win + V [Cycle through notifications]
  • Win + SHIFT + V [Cycle through notifications in reverse order]
  • Win + W [Open the Search charm and search for settings]
  • Win + X [Open the Quick Link menu]
  • Win + Z [Show the commands available in the app]
  • Win + , [Temporarily peek at the desktop]
  • Win + PAUSE [Display the System Properties dialog box]
  • Win + CTRL + F [Search for PCs (if you’re on a network)]
  • Win + SHIFT + M [Restore minimized windows on the desktop]
  • Win + (NUMBER 1-9) [Open the desktop and start the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number. If the app is already running, it switches to that app.]
  • Win + SHIFT + (NUMBER 1-9) [Open the desktop and start a new instance of the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number]
  • Win + CTRL + (NUMBER 1-9) [Open the desktop and switch to the last active window of the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number]
  • Win + ALT + (NUMBER 1-9) [Open the desktop and open the Jump List for the app pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number]
  • Win + CTRL + SHIFT + (NUMBER 1-9) [Open the desktop and open a new instance of the app located at the given position on the taskbar as an administrator]
  • Win + TAB [Cycle through recently used apps (except desktop apps)]
  • Win + CTRL + TAB [Cycle through recently used apps (except desktop apps)]
  • Win + SHIFT + TAB [Cycle through recently used apps (except desktop apps) in reverse order]
  • Win + CTRL + B [Switch to the app that displayed a message in the notification area]
  • Win + UP ARROW [Maximize the window]
  • Win + DOWN ARROW [Remove current app from screen or minimize the desktop window]
  • Win + LEFT ARROW [Maximize the app or desktop window to the LEFT side of the screen]
  • Win + RIGHT ARROW [Maximize the app or desktop window to the RIGHT side of the screen]
  • Win + HOME [Minimize all but the active desktop window (restores all windows on second stroke)]
  • Win + SHIFT + UP ARROW [Stretch the desktop window to the top and bottom of the screen]
  • Win + SHIFT + DOWN ARROW [Restore/minimize active desktop windows vertically, maintaining width]
  • Win + SHIFT + LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROW [Move an app or window in the desktop from one monitor to another]
  • Win + SPACEBAR [Switch input language and keyboard layout]
  • Win + CTRL + SPACEBAR [Change to a previously selected input]
  • Win + ENTER [Open Narrator]
  • Win + SHIFT + . [Cycle through open apps]
  • Win + . [Cycle through open apps]
  • Win + / [Initiate IME reconversion]
  • Win + ALT + ENTER [Open WindowsMedia Center]
  • Win + +/- [Zoom in or out using Magnifier]
  • Win + ESC [Exit Magnifier]

ALT key Shortcuts

  • ALT + F4 [Close the active item, or exit the active app]
  • ALT + ESC [Cycle through items in the order in which they were opened]
  • ALT + Underlined Letter in menus and dialog box options [Perform the command for that letter]
  • ALT + ENTER [Display properties for the selected item]
  • ALT + SPACEBAR [Open the shortcut menu for the active window]
  • ALT + LEFT ARROW [Back]
  • ALT + RIGHT ARROW [Forward]
  • ALT + PAGE UP [Move up one screen]
  • ALT + PAGE DOWN [Move down one screen]
  • ALT + TAB [Switch between open apps (except desktop apps)]
  • ALT + D [Select the address bar]
  • ALT + P [Display the preview pane]
  • ALT + INSERT [Cycle through apps in the order that they were started]
  • ALT + HOME [Display the Start screen]
  • ALT + DELETE [Display the system menu]

CTRL key Shortcuts

  • CTRL + F4 [Close the active document (in apps that allow you to have multiple documents open simultaneously)]
  • CTRL + A [Select all items in a document or window]
  • CTRL + C or CTRL + INSERT [Copy the selected item]
  • CTRL + D / DELETE [DELETE the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin]
  • CTRL + R or F5 [Refresh the active window]
  • CTRL + V or SHIFT + INSERT [Paste the selected item]
  • CTRL + X [Cut the selected item]
  • CTRL + Y [Redo an action]
  • CTRL + Z [Undo an action]
  • CTRL + + or CTRL + – [Zoom in or out of a large NUMBER of items, like apps pinned to the Start screen]
  • CTRL + mouse scroll wheel [Change the size of desktop icons or zoom in or out of a large NUMBER of items, like apps pinned to the Start screen]
  • CTRL + RIGHT ARROW [Move the cursor to the beginning of the next word]
  • CTRL + LEFT ARROW [Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous word]
  • CTRL + DOWN ARROW [Move the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph]
  • CTRL + UP ARROW [Move the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph]
  • CTRL + ALT + TAB [Use the arrow keys to switch between all open apps]
  • CTRL + ARROW + SPACEBAR [Select multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop]
  • CTRL + SHIFT + ARROW [Select a block of text]
  • CTRL + ESC [Open the Start screen]
  • CTRL + SHIFT + ESC [Open Task Manager]
  • CTRL + SHIFT [Switch the keyboard layout when multiple keyboard layouts are available]
  • CTRL + SPACEBAR [Turn the Chinese input method editor (IME) on or off]

SHIFT key Shortcuts

  • SHIFT + F10 [Display the shortcut menu for the selected item]
  • SHIFT + ARROW [Select more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text within a document]
  • SHIFT + DELETE [Delete the selected item without moving it to the Recycle Bin first]
  • SHIFT + TAB [Move back through options]
  • SHIFT + Click a Taskbar Button [Open an app or quickly open another instance of an app]
  • SHIFT + Right-click a Taskbar Button [Show the window menu for the app]
  • SHIFT + Right-click a Grouped Taskbar Button [Show the window menu for the groUP]

ESC key Shortcuts

  • ESC [Stop or leave the current task]

Microsoft Word Shortcut Keys

  • Ctrl+A: It is used to select all content of a page, including images and other objects.
  • Ctrl+B: It provides users with the option to bold the selected item of a page.
  • Ctrl+C: Its use is to copy the selected text, including other objects of a file or page.
  • Ctrl+D: It is used to access the font preferences window, which offers several options such as font size, font style, font color, etc.
  • Ctrl+E: It is used to align the selected item to the center of the screen.
  • Ctrl+F: It helps users to find or search data in the current document or window.
  • Ctrl+G: It is used to Go To or jump to any page. When you press Ctrl+G, a dialog box appears, which offers you various options such as find, replace, and Go to. For example, you have 15 pages in your file, and you want to visit page number 4, then enter number 4 in the given box and press the Go To It will take you to the desired page.
  • Ctrl+H: It is used to replace the words or sentences in a file. For example, if by mistake you have written spple instead of apple at many places in your file, you can replace it with the apple in one go.
  • Ctrl+I: It offers an option to italicize and un-italicize the highlighted text.
  • Ctrl+J: It is used to Justify (distribute your text evenly between the margins) the selected text.
  • Ctrl+K: It allows you to insert the hyperlink. For example, http://www.javatpoint.com
  • Ctrl+L: It is used to adjust (align) the selected content to the left of the screen.
  • Ctrl+M: It provides users with the option to indent
  • Ctrl+N: It is used to open a new or blank document in Microsoft applications and some other software.
  • Ctrl+O: It is used to open the dialog box where you can choose a file that you want to open.
  • Ctrl+P: It is used to open the print preview window of a document or a file. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+F2 and Ctrl+Shift+F12.
  • Ctrl+Q: Its use is to align the selected paragraph to the
  • Ctrl+R: It offers users the option to align the line or selected content to the right of the screen.
  • Ctrl+S: Its use is to save the document or a file.
  • Ctrl+T: It gives users the benefit of creating a hanging indent for a paragraph.
  • Ctrl+U: It is used to underline the selected text.
  • Ctrl+V: It is used to paste the copied data. It allows you to copy data once, and then you can paste it any number of times. You can also paste the data by using Shift+Insert.
  • Ctrl+W: Its use is to close the currently open document or a file quickly.
  • Ctrl+X: If you want to cut some text, you can use this key to cut the selected content. You can also paste it by using Ctrl+V.
  • Ctrl+Y: It allows the users to redo the last action performed in a file. For example, you have written a word mango; you can repeat this word multiple times by pressing Ctrl+Y.
  • Ctrl+Z: It is used to get back the deleted item. For example, if you have deleted the data by mistake, you can press Ctrl+Z to retrieve (Undo) the deleted data. It can also be done by pressing Alt+Backspace.
  • Alt+F, A: It allows users to use the Save As option, which means to save a file with a different name. For that, you need to press Alt+F, which displays a dialog box or a page, then press A for Save As option. It can also be done simply by pressing
  • Ctrl+Shift+L: This key is used to create a bullet point in the file quickly.
  • Ctrl+Shift+>: It increases the font size by +1pts up to 12pt thereafter increases by +2pts.
  • Ctrl+Shift+<: It is used to decrease the font If the font size is 12pt or lower; it decreases the font by -1pts, and if the font size is above 12, it decreases the font by +2pts.
  • Ctrl+]: Its use is to increases the font size by +1pts.
  • Ctrl+[: It is used to decreases the font size by -1pts.
  • Ctrl+/+C: It offers users the option to insert a cent sign (¢).
  • Ctrl + (Left arrow ←):I t allows users the benefit to move one word to the left in the line or a paragraph.
  • Ctrl + (Right arrow →): It is used to move one word to the
  • Ctrl+Shift+*: It is used to show or hide non-printing characters.
  • Ctrl + (Up arrow ↑): This key is used to move the typing cursor to the beginning of the line or paragraph.
  • Ctrl + (Down arrow ↓): It enables you to move the typing cursor to the end of the paragraph.
  • Ctrl+Delete: It allows users to delete a word to the right of the cursor.
  • Ctrl+Backspace: It allows users to delete a word to the left of the cursor.
  • Ctrl+End: Its use is to move the cursor to the last of the document.
  • Ctrl+1: It is used to give a single line space. For example, to make the 1.0 space between the lines of a paragraph.
  • Ctrl+2: It is used to give the double line space. For example, to make the 2.0 space between the lines of a paragraph.
  • Ctrl+5: It is used to make the 5 space between the lines of a paragraph.
  • Ctrl+Spacebar: It enables you to reset the selected text to the default font.
  • Ctrl+Home: It allows you to move the cursor to the beginning of the document.
  • Ctrl+Alt+1: It changes text format to heading 1.
  • Ctrl+Alt+2: It changes text format to heading 2.
  • Ctrl+Alt+3: It changes text format to heading 3.
  • Alt+Ctrl+F2: It is used to open the new file or a document.
  • Ctrl+F1:I ts use is to open the task pane in some Microsoft office versions, in word 2016, it is used to hide and show the ribbon
  • Ctrl+Shift+F6: It allows the users to switch between open documents in Microsoft Word.

  • F1: The function key F1 is used to open the help and support
  • F4: It enables you to repeat the last action performed. For example, when you want to retype the last typed word multiple times, you can use this key.
  • F5: It is used to access the find and replace dialog box, including Go to
  • F7: It provides users the advantage to check spelling and grammar of selected text or document.
  • Shift+F3: It is used to use the change case option where you can change the text from uppercase to lowercase or a capital letter at the beginning of every word.
  • Shift+F7: It offers users the option to check the thesaurus of the selected word. You need to select the word and press this key.

Microsoft Excel shortcut keys

Ctrl+Shift + ; It is used to insert the current time.
Ctrl+; It is used to enter the current date.
Shift + F3 Its use is to open the Excel formula’s window.’
Shift + F5 It provides users the option to display the find and replace dialog box.
Ctrl + A Its use is to select or highlight all contents of a worksheet.
Ctrl + B It allows you to bold all selected items of an Excel sheet. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+2.
Ctrl + C It is used to copy the selected content of a worksheet.
Ctrl + D It enables you to fill down the cells with the content of the selected cell.
Ctrl + F It offers the option to open find and replace dialog box quickly. You can also use Shift + F5 for it.
Ctrl + G It is used to open the go-to option dialog box where you can go to the specific cell. It can also be done by using F5.
Ctrl + H It allows you to find and replace the word or sentences in a file. For example, if by mistake you have written a somputer instead of the computer at many places in your sheet, you can replace it with the computer in one go.
Ctrl + I It is used to put italics on all cells in the selected section. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+3.
Ctrl + K It provides the option to insert a hyperlink in a file.
Ctrl + L It enables you to access the create table dialog box.
Ctrl + N Its use is to open the new document or a workbook.
Ctrl + O It offers users the option to open the dialog box where you can choose a file that you want to open. You can also use Ctrl+F12 to open a file.
Ctrl + P It allows you to print a current sheet or a document quickly.
Ctrl + Q It is used to display the quick analysis options for the selected cells with data.
Ctrl + R It allows you to fill the cells to the right with the content of the selected cell.
Ctrl + S Its use is to save the document. It can also be done by using Alt+Shift+F2.
Ctrl + T It offers users the option to display the create table dialog box.
Ctrl + U It is used to underline all selected cells. You can also use the shortcut key Ctrl+4 to underline the cells in the Excel sheet.
Ctrl + V It provides users the option to paste the copied data onto the Excel sheet. You are required to copy the data once, and then you can paste it any number of times.
Ctrl + W It is used to close the currently open document or a file quickly. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+F4 shortcut keys.
Ctrl + X It allows users the option to cut the entire data of the selected cells in an Excel sheet.
Ctrl + Y It provides users the option to redo any undo contents.
Ctrl + Z It is used to undo (get back) the deleted item. For example, if you have deleted the data by mistake, you can press Ctrl+Z to retrieve the deleted data. It can also be done by pressing Alt+Backspace.
Ctrl + Page up & Page Down It allows you to move from one worksheet to another worksheet in the same Excel file.
Ctrl + F6 It enables the users to move from one document to another document in Microsoft Excel. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+Tab.
Ctrl + F9 It enables users the option to minimize the current window.
Ctrl + F10 It uses to maximize the currently selected window.
F1 It is used to open the help screen window.
F2 It allows you to edit the selected cell in the Excel sheet.
F4 It provides users the option to repeat the last action. For example, if you change the red color of the text in a cell, by pressing F4, you can apply the same text color in another cell.
F7 It is used to check the spelling of the selected text.
F10 The function key F10 is used to activate the menu bar. For example, if you want to open the file menu, you need to press F10, then F.
F11 Its use is to create a chart in Excel.
F12 It enables you to use the Save As option, which allows you to save a file with a different name. It can also be done by using Alt+F2.
Alt + = It allows you to use the formula to add the data of all the above cells.
Ctrl+Shift+” It allows you to copy the content of a cell and to paste it

Microsoft PowerPoint shortcut keys

  • (Slide number) + Enter – It is used to jump to the desired slide during a slide show. For example, during the slide show, if the 5th number slide is being viewed, and you want to jump to the 8th number slide, press the 8-number key and then the Enter key.
  • Shift+Alt+T or D – It allows you to open the date and time window to insert the current date and time.
  • Ctrl+A – It provides users the option to select all items like the text in a text box and objects in a slide. In slide sorter view, it is used to select all slides. Furthermore, in slide show, its use is to display the various options.
  • Ctrl+B It enables you to add or remove bold to the selected content.
  • Ctrl+C Its use is to copy the selected text, including other objects in the slide. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+Insert.
  • Ctrl+D It is used to create a copy of the selected slide. For example, if you want to add a copy of any slide, you need to select it, and press the Ctrl+D shortcut keys.
  • Ctrl+E It enables you to align the line or selected text to the center of the slide.
  • Ctrl+F It provides users the option to find or search content in the file.
  • Ctrl+H It is mostly used to replace a word or sentences in the file, and in slide show, it is also used to hide the cursor or any activated tools, like the pen or a highlighter tool.
  • Ctrl+I It allows you to add or remove italicize to the selected text. Furthermore, in slide show view, it is also used to change the cursor to the highlighter tool. You need to hold the mouse button to use the highlighter on the screen.
  • Ctrl+J It enables you to Justify (align your text evenly across the slide) the selected text.
  • Ctrl+K It offers an option to insert a hyperlink.
  • Ctrl+L Its use is to align the content or selected line to the left side of the slide.
  • Ctrl+M It is used to insert the new or blank slide just below the selected slide.
  • Ctrl+N It enables you to create a new or blank file in another PowerPoint window.
  • Ctrl+O It is used to open the dialog box or page, where you can select a file that you want to open. You can also use Alt+Ctrl+F2 to open a file.
  • Ctrl+P It provides users with the option to open the Print Preview page to print the file. It can also be done by using Ctrl+Shift+F12 or Ctrl+F2 shortcut keys.
  • Ctrl+R It moves the text or selected paragraph to the right side of the slide.
  • Ctrl+S It allows you to save the open file. You can also use the Shift+F12 to save a file.
  • Ctrl+T It is used to open the font window, where you can adjust the font size, style, type, etc. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut keys.
  • Ctrl+U It enables the users to add or remove an underline from the selected content.
  • Ctrl+V It is used to paste the copied text, slides, and other objects in the file. You need to copy the data once, and then you can paste it multiple times. You can also paste the data by using Shift+Insert.
  • Ctrl+W It enables you to close the currently open document.
  • Ctrl+X It allows you to cut the selected item.
  • Ctrl+Y Its use is to repeat the last performed action. It can also be done by pressing the function key F4.
  • Ctrl+Z It is used to undo (get back) the deleted text, slide, and other objects. Suppose, by mistake; you have deleted any slide, you can get back it by using this shortcut key.
  • Shift+F3 It allows the users to change the selected text into uppercase or lowercase and can be used to change the first letter of a word into a capital letter. If the text is not selected, only the first word after the cursor will be changed.
  • Shift+F5 It helps to start the slide show from the selected slide. For example, if you have 20 slides in your file and you want to start a slide show from the 5th slide, you need to select the 5th slide, and press Shift+F5.
  • Shift+F7 It is used to check the thesaurus of the selected word.
  • Shift+F9 Its use is to show or hide the grid on the slide in Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • B It is used to change the display to black during slide show, and again press B to get back to the slide show.
  • F1 It is used to open the help menu, and in slide show view, its use is to display the slide show help window that provides a list of shortcuts for use in a slide show.
  • F5 It allows the users to view the slide show of all the slides.
  • F7 It provides users the benefit of checking grammar and spelling to the selected word.
  • F12 It allows you to use the Save As option, in which you can save a file with a new name.
  • Ctrl+F1 It is used to show or hide the Ribbon.
  • Ctrl+Shift+> It is used to increase the font size of the selected text. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+].
  • Ctrl+Shift+< It is used to decrease the font size of the selected text. It can also be done by pressing Ctrl+[.
  • Ctrl + Shift + = (Equal sign) It helps users to change the selected text into a subscript. For example, plain text subscript text, X2 → X2
  • Ctrl+Spacebar It allows you to change the selected text to the default font size and type.
  • Ctrl+Home Its use is to move the cursor to the first slide. For example, if you have 50 slides in your file, and the cursor is on 45th slide, by pressing Ctrl+Home, you can move the cursor to the first slide.
  • Ctrl+End It is used to move the cursor to the last slide. For example, your PowerPoint file has 100 slides, and you want to move the cursor to the last slide, you can press Ctrl+End.
  • Ctrl+Backspace It will delete the word to the left of the cursor.
  • Ctrl+Delete It will delete the word to the right of the cursor
  • Alt+N, P It enables you to insert a picture in your file. You need to press Alt and N keys together then press P.

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