Project 2016 For Dummies
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Microsoft Project 2016 maximizes efficiency as you manage projects — but Project 2016 shortcuts also save you time at the keyboard. Here are some shortcut keys you’ll use all the time when building and working with a Project schedule.

Keystroke Result
Ctrl+N Opens a new blank Project
Alt+Home Moves to the beginning of the project
Alt+End Moves the end of a project
Alt+Right Arrow Moves the timeline to the right
Alt+Left Arrow Moves the timeline to the left
Shift+F2 Opens the Task Information dialog box
Ctrl+F Displays the Find dialog box
Ctrl+Z Undoes the previous action
Ctrl+P Displays the Print preview in the Backstage
Ctrl+S Saves the file
Alt+Shift+Hyphen (–) Hides subtasks
Alt+Shift+Plus Sign (+) Shows subtasks

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Cynthia Snyder is a well-known speaker, consultant, and trainer on project management, as well as the project manager of the team that updated PMI's Project Management Body of Knowledge, Sixth Edition. Her other books include PMP Certification All-in-One For Dummies and A User's Manual to the PMBOK.

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