For all of you who work with PowerPoint too little or too much, there’s no debate about the fact that getting a task done quicker always results in great satisfaction. And getting your PowerPoint tasks done quicker is just one of the benefits you will gain by using keyboard shortcuts. Just the other day, someone in one of the several PowerPoint forums asked about a keyboard shortcut to get the Paste Special dialog in PowerPoint 2010 for Windows — and someone actually recommended that you hold the Alt and E keys at the same time, let them go and quickly press S. And that answer response was chosen as the best answer! Well, you could have just pressed Ctrl+Alt+V together and saved the trouble — and you would still see the Paste Special dialog box. This is just one instance — trust me there are PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts that are not documented on Microsoft’s own site or even in the program’s Help.
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