5 years ago in MS Office Shortcuts

What is the correct combination of key to decrease the font size of selected text?

[A] Ctrl + Down Arrow
[B] Ctrl + <
[C] Ctrl + Shift + <
[D] Ctrl + Shift + Down Arrow
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sanskriti katarey
sanskriti katarey - 1 month ago

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

Komal Manapure
Komal Manapure - 2 months ago

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

Engr Sajid
Engr Sajid - 2 months ago

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

MENGIS SEMERE
MENGIS SEMERE - 3 months ago

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

Mohamed Ibrahim
Mohamed Ibrahim - 3 months ago

Mohamed Ibrahim from Palestine is saying Ctrl + Shift + < is correct answer

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