There are small short cuts which can be smart to use when studying, as it makes your work a little bit more efficient – read this blog post to get a quick walk through of four of them.
Copy, cut and paste with short cuts
When you want to copy text in a document and paste it somewhere else it’s easy to use the keyboard shortcuts. The keyboard shortcuts differ between different operating systems, and here we show those that apply to Windows and MacOS.
- Mark the text you want to copy.
- In Windows: Press the keys Ctrl and C at the same time.
- In MacOS: Press the keys command and C at the same time.
- Mark the text you want to cut out.
- In Windows: Press the keys Ctrl and X at the same time.
- In MacOS: Press the keys command and X at the same time.
- Place the marker where you want to insert the text.
- In Windows: Press the keys Ctrl and V at the same time.
- In MacOS: Press the keys command and V at the same time.
Search for words within a document
If you want to find a text section in a document, or check for a word, you can use the function Find to search within the document. Using this function you don’t have sit and read / skim through the entire document manually. In different programs you will find the function in different places. Below you can see examples of where you can find it in Adobe Reader and Microsoft Word:
You can also use the keyboard short cut for Find – just press Ctrl and F at the same time.