7 years ago in MS Word

What is the function of CTRL+R in MS-Word

[A] Open the Print dialog box
[B] Update the current Web page
[C] Close the current window
[D] None of these
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Moti Lal - 4 years ago

Crtl+R text is right align ,Crtl+L text is left align,Crtl+E is centre align and Crtl+J text is Justify

ASSAD ABBAS - 4 years ago

Crtl+r text right side select

suraj chandra gupta - 4 years ago

Selected text align to the right

Digvijay Singh - 4 years ago

uppercase to lowercase

Full 2 Fun - 5 years ago

last one is correct

Rubyat Shoikot - 5 years ago

[D] None of these

Raji Raji - 5 years ago

[D] None of these

Randie Abunas - 6 years ago

align the text to the right

Arif Niazi
Arif Niazi - 3 months ago

Arif Niazi from Mianwali, Pakistan is saying Open the Print dialog box is correct answer

Gaurav Dalal
Gaurav Dalal - 4 years ago

Gaurav Dalal from Delhi, India is saying None of these is correct answer

Alyssa Robinson
Alyssa Robinson - 4 years ago

Alyssa Robinson from Wyoming, Canada is saying None of these is correct answer

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Megan DeVogelaere - 4 years ago

Megan DeVogelaere from Wyoming, Canada is saying None of these is correct answer

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Lakyn Willmore - 4 years ago

Lakyn Willmore from Wyoming, Canada is saying None of these is correct answer

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