7 years ago in MS Office Shortcuts

The keystrokes Ctrl + I is used to

[A] Increase font size
[B] Inserts a line break
[C] Applies italic format to selected text
[D] Indicate the text should be bold
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Advocate arif - 4 years ago

cis right one i am sure

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Related Questions

The keystrokes Ctrl + I is used to

  • [A] Indicate the text should be bold
  • [B] Increase font size
  • [C] Applies italic format to selected text
  • [D] Inserts a line break

How can you make the selected character superscripted?

  • [A] Ctrl + Shift + =
  • [B] Ctrl + =
  • [C] Alt + Ctrl + Shift + =
  • [D] None of above

How can you break the current column and start a new column immediately?

  • [A] Press Alt + Enter
  • [B] Press Ctrl + Enter
  • [C] Press Alt + Shift + Enter
  • [D] Press Ctrl + Shift + Enter