5 years ago in MS Office Shortcuts

What is the correct combination of keys to find text on a document?

[A] Alt + F
[B] Ctrl + T
[C] Ctrl + F
[D] Ctrl + H
Loading...
Next Question

Overall Stats

Attempted 985
Correct 347
Incorrect 178
Viewed 460

Answers

Guest
Guest
sanskriti katarey
sanskriti katarey - 1 month ago

sanskriti katarey from Vidisha, India is saying Ctrl + F is correct answer

Rohan Chintalwar
Rohan Chintalwar - 2 months ago

Rohan Chintalwar from Nagpur, India is saying Ctrl + F is correct answer

Komal Manapure
Komal Manapure - 2 months ago

Komal Manapure from Pune, India is saying Ctrl + F is correct answer

Engr Sajid
Engr Sajid - 2 months ago

Engr Sajid from Lahore, Pakistan is saying Ctrl + F is correct answer

MENGIS SEMERE
MENGIS SEMERE - 3 months ago

MENGIS SEMERE from Surrey, Canada is saying Ctrl + T is correct answer

Related Questions

You need to jump to the next column breaking current column right at the cursor position. How can you break column?

  • [A] Break command from Insert menu
  • [B] Pressing Ctrl+Enter
  • [C] Pressing Alt+Shift+Enter
  • [D] Both b and c

Shortcut to create new document is ______ .

  • [A] Ctrl + F
  • [B] Ctrl + N
  • [C] Ctrl + O
  • [D] All Of Above

How can you access the font size tool on formatting toolbar?

  • [A] Ctrl + Shift + S
  • [B] Ctrl + Shift + P
  • [C] Ctrl + P
  • [D] Ctrl + S

What happens if you mark on Hidden check box of Font dialog box after you select some text?

  • [A] The text is hidden and you need to bring it by removing the check box if needed again
  • [B] The text is deleted from document and you need to bring from Recycle Bin if required again.
  • [C] The text is hidden and cannot be returned back
  • [D] The text is deleted and cannot be returned back