10 Word Formulas Most Often Used in the World of Work, Take Note! Tech – 9 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Many rely on Microsoft Word to make their work easier. Not a few also use several formulas to increase productivity using Word.

The formulas only require a few clicks of keyboard keys. If you don’t know them yet, you need to note down the following 10 Word formulas.

This is a list of 10 frequently used Microsoft Word formulas, summarized from Gizchina, Monday (27/11/2023):


1. CTRL+C, CTRL+X, CTRL+V

The following formula is used to copy, cut and paste words, sentences, up to one paragraph. This will make it easier than having to use the right-click menu.

CTRL+C is used to copy text, while cutting or moving all text with the formula CTRL+X. Finally CTRL+V if you want to paste these words.

2. CTRL+Z, CTRL+Y

These two formulas are for returning before and after changes made. For example, writing something down, deleting it or using a certain format.

CTRL+Z for the undo command formula. Meanwhile, if you want to redo, use CTRL+Y.

3. CTRL+A

Use these two buttons to block all text in the document. You will save time using the CTRL+A formula compared to selecting the entire text by holding down the mouse and moving it manually.

4. CTRL+S

You can also save documents more quickly. Use the CTRL+S formula to carry out this command.

5. CTRL+F

Word also provides a search box for certain words or information in the document. To bring it up, click CTRL+F, and fill in the words you want to search for in the box.

6. CTRL+B, CTRL+I, CTRL+U

These three formulas are used to format text. For example, CTRL+B makes the text bold, CTRL+I makes the text italic or italic, and CTRL+U adds a line below the text.

You can use it by blocking or simply placing the cursor on certain text.

7. CTRL+L, CTRL+E, CTRL+R

You can use all of these formulas to align certain text, either to the left of the page in Word, center or right. CTRL+L for left alignment, CTRL+E for center alignment, and right alignment with CTRL+R.

You can use it for a full page by blocking all the text. Apart from that, it can also be done in certain paragraphs by blocking or placing the cursor in a certain section then clicking one of the formulas.

8. CTRL+K

Word has a feature to add hyperlinks to the documents you create. To shorten the time, you can use the CTRL+K formula.

9. CTRL+P

If you want to print a document, you can use CTRL+P. This formula will create a print window.

Apart from printing, a feature will also appear there to organize or change settings. This window will also show a preview of the document when it is printed.

10. ALT+CTRL+1, ALT+CTRL+2, ALT+CTRL+3

You can add headings and subheadings with these three shortcuts. Starting from heading 1 (ALT+CTRL+1), heading 2 (ALT+CTRL+2), and so on.

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