Microsoft Publisher 2007 Navigation Keys

Part of the Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies Cheat Sheet

Microsoft Publisher 2007 incorporates a host of navigation keys to help you move fluidly through the text you’re getting ready to publish. The following table shows the most-used navigation keystrokes and the actions they produce:

Keystroke Action Keystroke Action
Home Go to the beginning of current text line Ctrl+Home Go to the beginning of current text box
End Go to the end of current text line Ctrl+End Go to the end of current text box
Up arrow Move up one text line Ctrl+Up Go to the beginning of current paragraph
Down arrow Move down one text line Ctrl+Down arrow Go to the beginning of next paragraph
Right arrow Move right one character Ctrl+Right arrow Move right one word
Left arrow Move left one character Ctrl+Left arrow Move left one word
Ctrl+Tab Move to next connected text box Ctrl+Shift+Tab Move to previous connected text box
Ctrl+G Go to a specific page

Highlighting text then pressing the left- or right-arrow key positions the insertion point at the beginning or end of that text and removes the highlighting.

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