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CTRL+I Italics- will turn italics on and off [toggle] as though you were clicking in the font
CTRL+U Underline- will turn underline on and off [toggle] as though you were clicking in the front group all words typed will be underline.
CTRL+Shift= Superscript- changes the font to a small size raised to the top of the line. Used for exponents
CTRL+ShiftA Cap lock- enables the caps lock button.
CTRL+Shift+k small caps-Letters are in all caps however the height of the letters remain the height of lowercase letters
CTRL+K turns a website address into an active or inactive hyperlink.
CTRL+E Center alignement - horizontally centers all text in the document or text box.
CTRL+L Left aligns- the text in the document or the text box.
CTRL+Z undo reverse the last auction completed
CTRL+V paste- places text that has been cut or copied onto the document.
CTRL+C copy-makes a copy on the text. And places it on the clipboard.
CTRL+X Cut- Takes the text off of the document and places, it on the clipboard.
Created by: drixxy11