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Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint Online on Windows

Explore keyboard shortcuts in PowerPoint Online on Windows. PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts allow you to quickly complete tasks.


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Product/Version: PowerPoint

OS: Windows XP and higher






Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint

PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts

Here's the most comprehensive list of PowerPoint Online keyboard shortcuts that we know about, many users are not aware that the in-browser PowerPoint Online supports an amazing number of keyboard shortcuts! However, these shortcuts may differ depending upon whether you are using a Windows or a Mac computer, all the keyboard shortcuts listed on this page have been tested using the PowerPoint Online on the Internet Explorer web browser on Windows.

How many of these keyboard shortcuts do you presently use? If you discover a shortcut key not listed here, please get in touch with us through our feedback form.

For links to keyboard shortcuts in other versions of PowerPoint, scroll down this page a little.

Keyboard Shortcuts: PowerPoint Online (Tested on Internet Explorer for Windows)

Ctrl Shortcuts

Ctrl + A
Selects entire text within the active placeholder or notes

Ctrl + B
Bold selected text

Ctrl + C
Copy

Ctrl + D
Duplicate slide objects (Normal view)
Duplicate slides (in Slides pane within Normal view)

Ctrl + E
Center Align selected text (Normal view)

Ctrl + I
Italicize selected text

Ctrl + K
Insert hyperlink

Ctrl + L
Left align selected text

Ctrl + M
Insert New Slide (Normal view)

Ctrl + P
Brings up Print options and converts the presentation to PDF

Ctrl + R
Right align selected text

Ctrl + U
Underline selected text

Ctrl + V
Paste

Ctrl + X
Cut

Ctrl + Y
Repeat or redo

Ctrl + Z
Undo

Ctrl + Shift + D
Duplicate active presentation

Ctrl + Shift + C
Copy object attributes

Ctrl + Shift + V
Paste object attributes

Ctrl + Shift + Left Arrow
Select or cancel selection for one word to the left

Ctrl + Shift + Right Arrow
Select or cancel selection for one word to the right

Ctrl + Shift + Up Arrow
Select or cancel selection for one paragraph above

Ctrl + Shift + Down Arrow
Select or cancel selection for one paragraph below

Ctrl + F4
Close active browser

Ctrl + F6
Moves between active slide and the Ribbon (when a slide object is selected)
Moves between Notes and the Ribbon (when insertion cursor is placed in the Notes pane)
Moves between selected slide and Ribbon (when slide is selected in the Slides pane – you may have to press Ctrl + F6 multiple times for this to work)

Ctrl + Backspace
Deletes the word just before the insertion point

Ctrl + Delete
Deletes the word just after the insertion point

Ctrl + Home
Go to the beginning of the first word in a text container

Ctrl + End
Go to the end of the last word in a text container

Ctrl + Left Arrow
Go to the beginning of the previous word

Ctrl + Right Arrow
Move cursor to beginning of next word

Ctrl + Up Arrow
Move cursor to start of previous paragraph

Ctrl + Down Arrow
Move cursor to start of next paragraph


Shift Shortcuts

Shift + Right Arrow
Selects or deselects one character towards right

Shift + Left Arrow
Selects or deselects one character towards left

Shift + Ctrl + Right Arrow
Selects or deselects one word towards right

Shift + Ctrl + Left Arrow
Selects or deselects one word towards left

Shift + Up Arrow
Selects or deselects up one line

Shift + Down Arrow
Selects or deselects down one line

Shift + Ctrl + Up Arrow
Selects or deselects up one paragraph

Shift + Ctrl + Down Arrow
Selects or deselects down one paragraph

Shift + Home
Selects the text from the insertion point till the beginning of line.

Shift + End
Selects the text from the insertion point till the end of line.

Shift + Ctrl + Home
Selects till the beginning of the text placeholder or notes

Shift + Ctrl + End
Selects till the end of the text placeholder or notes


Other Shortcuts

Page Up
Move to previous slide (Normal and Slide Show views)

Page Down
Move to next slide (Normal and Slide Show views)

Home
Move cursor to the beginning of the current line of text within placeholder
Select first slide (Normal view)

End
Move cursor to the end of the current line of text within placeholder
Select last slide (Normal view)

Spacebar, N, or Right Arrow
Move to next slide or next animation (Slide Show and Reading view)

P, or Left Arrow
Move to previous slide or previous animation (Slide Show and Reading view)

G + type the number + Tab + Enter
Go to a specific slide (Slide Show and Reading view)

Esc
Exit Slide Show

Left Arrow
Move cursor towards left (Normal view)
Nudges the selected object towards left

Right Arrow
Move cursor towards right (Normal view)
Nudge the selected object towards right

Up Arrow
Move cursor upwards (Normal view)
Nudges the selected object upwards
Select slide upwards (Slides pane)

Down Arrow
Move cursor downwards (Normal view)
Nudges the selected object downwards
Select slide downwards (Slides pane)

Tab
Move among placeholders on a slide
Move among ribbon commands

Tab, Enter
Activate a different ribbon tab

Enter
Execute the currently selected ribbon command
Selects the current placeholder


Function Key Shortcuts

F2
End editing text in a placeholder

Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint Online on Windows


PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts and Sequences:
PowerPoint 2016, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2007 and 2003 for Windows
PowerPoint 2016 and 2011 for Mac
PowerPoint Online for Windows and Mac

Have you ever used keyboard shortcuts and sequences in PowerPoint? Or are you a complete keyboard aficionado? Do you want to learn about some new shortcuts? Or do you want to know if your favorite keyboard shortcuts are documented?

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See Also:

Keyboard Shortcuts and Sequences: Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint (Index Page)

Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint 2016 for Windows
Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint 2016 for Mac
Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint 2013 for Windows
Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint 2011 for Mac
Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint 2010 for Windows
Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint 2007 for Windows
Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint 2003 for Windows
Keyboard Shortcuts for PowerPoint Online on Mac

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