7 years ago in MS Word

In MS Word to move the insertion point to the beginning of the next word command used is

[A] CTRL+RIGHTARROW
[B] CTRL+LEFT ARROW
[C] CTRL+DOWN ARROW
[D] None of these
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Gaurav Dalal
Gaurav Dalal - 4 years ago

Gaurav Dalal from Delhi, India is saying CTRL+RIGHTARROW is correct answer

kamod rai
kamod rai - 4 years ago

kamod rai from Delhi, India is saying CTRL+RIGHTARROW is correct answer

Lakyn Willmore
Lakyn Willmore - 4 years ago

Lakyn Willmore from Wyoming, Canada is saying CTRL+RIGHTARROW is correct answer

Megan DeVogelaere
Megan DeVogelaere - 4 years ago

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

Amitesh Yadav (Shivam)
Amitesh Yadav (Shivam) - 4 years ago

Amitesh Yadav (Shivam) from India is saying CTRL+LEFT ARROW is correct answer

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