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Kingsoft office keyboard shortcuts -keyboard shortcuts for Kingsoft office

Release Date: 04-10-12

Kingsoft Office 2012 provides a large number of shortcuts to help you execute orders quickly and conveniently. This page will introduce all the shortcuts available in Kingsoft Writer, Kingsoft Spreadsheets and Kingsoft Presentation 2012.

Kingsoft Writer keyboard shortcuts

1. System Shortcuts:

The system section outlines those shortcuts that allow you to quickly execute help functions, open task windows, and create new blank documents.

To do what Shortcuts
Kingsoft Writer Help F1
Task window Ctrl+F1
Task window Ctrl+F1
Support Support

2. Editing Shortcuts:

This part indicates editing shortcuts to help you to easily edit and modify your documents, such as copy, paste, undo, and redo. There is also a shortcut list to help you quickly adjust and statistics document contents, such as word counts, insert a blank field, or insert a page break.

To do what Shortcuts
Copy Ctrl+C
Paste Ctrl+V
Copy format Ctrl+Shift+C
Paste format Ctrl+Shift+V
Select all Ctrl+A
Find Ctrl+F
Replace Ctrl+H
Go to Ctrl+G
Undo Ctrl+Z
Redo Ctrl+Y
Insert a bookmark Ctrl+Shift+F5
Insert a page break Ctrl+Enter
Insert a newline character Shift+Enter
Insert a blank field Ctrl+F9
Count words Ctrl+Shift+G
Toggle all the field codes Alt+F9
view all the field codes Alt+F9
Update fields F9
Toggle a field code Shift+F9

3. Formatting Shortcuts:

This part illustrates formatting shortcut list, which can help you to edit word formatting and adjust the layout of documents. For example, you can change the font, make the text bold or italicised, and increase or decrease the indentations. For further functions, please check the list below:

To do what Shortcuts
Font Ctrl+D
Bold Ctrl+B
Italic Ctrl+I
Underline Ctrl+U
Grow font Ctrl+Shift+. (full stop) or Ctrl+]
Shrink font Ctrl+Shift+, (comma) or Ctrl+[
Superscript Ctrl+Shift+=
Subscript Ctrl + +
Justify Ctrl+J
Align center Ctrl+E
Align left Ctrl+L
Align right Ctrl+R
Distribute Ctrl+Shift+J
Increase indent Alt+Shift+Right
Decrease indent Alt+Shift+Left

Kingsoft Spreadsheets keyboard shortcuts

1. System Shortcuts:

As with Writer, this section introduces the system shortcuts available in Spreadsheets. Examples include the ability to speedily execute a help function, the ability to create a new blank workbook, and the ability to switch between workbooks in seconds.

To do what Shortcuts
Kingsoft Writer Help F1
New blank workbook Ctrl+N
Workbook switch Alt+Tab

2. Editing Shortcuts:

There are numerous shortcuts that can be used to conveniently process statistics and find data in Spreadsheets.

To do what Shortcuts
Find Ctrl+F
Print Ctrl+P
Replace Ctrl+H
Go to Ctrl+G
Undo Ctrl+Z
Redo Ctrl+Y
Fill down Ctrl+D
Fill right Ctrl+R
Enter the Same Data into Several Cells Simultaneously Ctrl+Enter
Enter Text in Cells Alt+Enter

3. Formatting Shortcuts:

This part indicates some shortcuts to help you to change the cell layout, including growing or shrinking the font size, and increasing or decreasing the indentation, etc.

To do what Shortcuts
Format cells Ctrl+1
Grow font Ctrl+Shift+. (full stop) or Ctrl+]
Shrink font Ctrl+Shift+, (comma) or Ctrl+[
Increase indent Alt+Shift+Right
Decrease indent Alt+Shift+Left

Kingsoft Presentation keyboard shortcuts

1. System Shortcuts:

As with both Writer and Spreadsheets, this section introduces the system shortcuts available in Presentation; these include the ability to hastily execute a help function, create a new blank slide, or run a presentation, among other features.

To do what Shortcuts
Kingsoft Presentation Help F1
Move clockwise among panes of normal view F6
New Blank File Ctrl+ N
Insert a new slide Ctrl+ M
Run a presentation F5
Play a presentation from the current slide Shift+ F5

2. Editing Shortcuts:

This part introduces the editing shortcuts available in Presentation allow you to quickly edit slides, including the ability to paste, cut, or copy objects in the slide, move forward circularly to select a single object, and more.

To do what Shortcuts
Find text Ctrl+ F
Replace text Ctrl+ H
Undo an operation Ctrl+ Z
Show or hide gridlines Shift+ F9
Exit from editing text Esc
Move forward circularly to select a single object Tab
Select all the objects (On the Slides tab) Ctrl+ A
Select all the slides (In slide sorter view) Ctrl+ A
Copy the selected object Ctrl+ C
Paste the cut or copied object Ctrl+ V
Cut the selected object Ctrl+ X
Copy the attributes of an object Ctrl+ Shift+ C
Paste the attributes of an object Ctrl+ Shift+ V
Enter text in the selected object F2

3. Formatting Shortcuts:

There are numerous formatting shortcuts to help you to alter both the slide format and layout, including increasing or decreasing the indent.

To do what Shortcuts
Apply bold formatting Ctrl+ B
Apply an underline Ctrl+ U
Apply italic formatting Ctrl+ I
Increase the font size Ctrl+ Shift+ >
Decrease the font size Ctrl+ Shift+ <
Center a paragraph Ctrl+ E
Justify a paragraph Ctrl+ J
Left align a paragraph Ctrl+ L
Right align a paragraph Ctrl+ R
Increase indents Alt+ Shift+ Right
Decrease indents Alt+ Shift+ Left

4. Control Shortcuts during Slide Presentations:

This section introduces the shortcuts useful for controlling slides during a slide show. These shortcuts can facilitate better slide control to help you produce the best presentation possible. Such shortcuts include perform the previous or next animation, return to the previous slide, or end the slide show.

To do what Shortcuts
Perform the next animation or switch to the next slide N, Enter, Page Down, Right Arrow, Down Arrow, or the Spacebar (or click the mouse)
Perform the previous animation or return to the previous slide P, Page Up, Left Arrow, Up Arrow, or Backspace
Go to slide number number+ Enter
Display a black screen B
Display a white screen W
End a slide show Esc, Hyphen
Go to the shortcut menu Shift+ F10 (or right-click)