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Shortcut To Select Only One Sentence In Microsoft Word

Shortcut To Select Only One Sentence In Microsoft Word

Shortcut To Only Select One Sentence In Microsoft WordIn Microsoft Word, you can use a shortcut to select one sentence at a time. Press and hold down the Ctrl key and while continuing to hold down this key click with your left mouse button anywhere within the sentence you want to select or highlight.

Shortcut To Select Only One Sentence In Microsoft Word

Shortcut To Select Only One Sentence In Microsoft Word

Once a sentence has been selected let go of the Ctrl key, and you can press the Del key to delete that sentence or right-click and it to change its properties.

Bonus Tip: If you continue to hold down the Ctrl key after a sentence has been selected and click and drag that sentence you can make a copy of that sentence where you let go of the button.

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Connected To Wifi But No Internet Access In Windows 10 [Quick Fix]

Connected To Wifi But No Internet Access In Windows 10 [Quick Fix]

Are You Connected To The Wi-fi But Still You Got No Internet?

Here is the ultimate guide to solving all problems with the internet connection in Windows 10. Suppose you are connected to WiFi but No Internet In Windows 10.

This solution is for all major issues, including “No Internet, Secure” Wi-Fi error in Windows 10. I recently purchased a laptop running Windows 10, and I had this problem, and I solved it this way.

Now, this is probably because your internet adapter has problems. Trying the network troubleshooter may help or may contain some random errors. But we can easily solve this can easily with a few CMD commands.

Connected To Wifi But No Internet Access In Windows 10

If it connects you to the WiFi network and your internet works on other devices, but not on your Windows 10 PC. This is probably an incorrectly configured IP issue or an adapter issue that can be fixed.

The most common message that is displayed is the “No Internet, Secured” error, a simple solution.

Fix “No Internet, Secured” WiFi Error

If you ever see this error on your PC while it connects you to the Internet but still have no access, these are some ways to solve the problem. Don’t worry, it is a common problem and is super easy to solve.

Solution#1: Restarting Your Router

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Now, this is the first solution that helped many according to a Quora discussion. The processor goes like this.

  • Forget your WiFi network in the system tray.
  • Turn on Airplane mode.
  • Restart your router.
  • Restart your PC.
  • Reconnect to your WiFi network again by putting the password.

This is a fast solution that might help, but I do not guarantee it. But there is nothing to worry about, I have some other great ways to help, no matter what.

Rebooting your router can have some advantages, such as reducing your ping, which is a great way to have a more stable connection and prevent timeouts.

Solution#2: Command Prompt (Preferred)

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You can reset both your IP configuration and your adapter, which should help. For me, Solution 1 Failed, but this command prompt trick did the job.

  • Open Command Prompt as Admin.
  • Use the commands listed below one by one.
  • Restart your PC.

These Are The Following Commands You Need To Use One-By-One:

  • netsh int IP reset
  • netsh winsock reset all
  • netsh int TCP reset all
  • netsh int ipv4 reset all
  • netsh int ipv6 reset all
  • netsh int https tunnel reset all
  • ipconfig /flushdns

I recommend the Command Prompt method that is quick and much easier. It’s as easy as opening CMD and pasting the commands one by one and restarting your PC, that’s all!

Solution#3: Changing Adapter Settings

Uncheck IPv6, Disable IPv6

According to my friend who uses Windows 10, he has solved the “No internet, secured” error with this fix. It only disables the IPv6 via the “Change Adapter Settingsin Network and Sharing Center.

  • Go to Network and Sharing Center.
  • Click on ‘Change Adapter Settings‘ on the sidebar.
  • Right-click on your WiFi adapter and click on Properties.
  • Then uncheck IPv6 from the list of protocols.

You can see the image above that tells you exactly what to do. Your adapter may not have all protocols, which is normal. Make sure you switch off the IPv6 from the list.

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These three solutions will help you with the “No Internet, Secured” WiFi error in Windows 10. Even after being connected to the internet, you might not be able to access it just because of some IP configuration issues or even an adapter issues.

But as you can see, it’s pretty simple. I love recommending solution 2 which works all the time, no matter what. This works for Windows 7 as well.

This fix works for all the Windows 10 connection issues such as being connected to WiFi but no internet.

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These 3 solutions help you with the ‘NO INTERNET, SECURE’ Wi-Fi error in Windows 10. Even after you are connected to the internet, you may not access it just because of problems with the IP configuration or even an adapter.

But as you can see, it’s easy. I gladly recommend Solution 2 that always works, no matter what. This also works for Windows 7.

This Fix works for all connection problems with Windows 10, such as connecting to wi-fi but no internet.

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Keyboard Shortcuts In Premiere Pro

Keyboard Shortcuts In Premiere Pro

Use this handy list to reference keyboard shortcuts for Premiere Pro and even print a PDF of the keyboard shortcuts. You can also use the visual keyboard layout to customize the shortcuts and assign multiple shortcuts to a command.

Visual keyboard layout for assigning keyboard shortcuts

You can use the keyboard GUI to see which keys have been assigned and which are available for assignment. A tooltip reveals the full command name when you hover over a key in the Keyboard layout. When you select a modifier key on the keyboard layout, the keyboard displays all the shortcuts which require that modifier. You can also press the modifier key on the hardware keyboard to achieve this result.

When you select a key on the Keyboard Layout, you can view all the commands that are assigned to that unmodified key and all other modifier combinations.

  • Premiere Pro detects the keyboard hardware and the appropriate keyboard layout is displayed accordingly.
  • When Premiere Pro detects a non-supported keyboard, the default view is to display the U.S. English keyboard. By default, the Adobe Premiere Pro Default preset is displayed.
  • When you change a shortcut, the preset pop-up menu gets changed to Custom. After you make the required changes, you can choose Save As to save the customized shortcut set as a preset.

Color coding

  • Keys shaded in purple are application-wide shortcuts.
  • Keys shaded in green are panel-specific shortcuts.
  • Keys shaded in both purple and green represent the panel commands that have been assigned to keys that also have an application command already assigned to them.

Application shortcuts

Application shortcuts


Application shortcuts and panel shortcuts

  • Commands can be assigned for application shortcuts and command shortcuts.
  • Application shortcuts function regardless of panel focus (with some exceptions) and panel shortcuts function only when the panel is in focus.
  • Certain keyboard shortcuts work only in specific panels. This means that you can have more than once shortcut assigned to the same key. You can also make use of the pop-up window that shows only a certain batch of panel shortcuts (for example, only for the timeline).
  • When a Panel Shortcut has the same assigned shortcut as an application Shortcut, the application shortcut does not function when that panel has focus.
  • You can search for commands in the Command List, which is filtered by the search criteria. You can also assign shortcuts by clicking in the shortcut column and tapping keys on their keyboard to create the shortcut (including adding modifiers).

A warning indicating a shortcut conflict appears when:

  1. An application shortcut already in use by another application shortcut.
  2. A panel shortcut is already in use by another command in the same panel.
  3. A panel shortcut overrides an application shortcut when that panel has focus.

You can also click drag to assign commands to keys on the keyboard layout or the Key modifier list.

Panel shortcuts

Panel shortcuts


Shortcut assignment using Drag-and-Drop

You can also assign shortcuts by dragging a command from the command List onto a key in the Keyboard Layout, or onto a modifier combination for the currently selected key displayed in the Key Modifier List. To assign a command to a key along with a modifier, hold down the modifiers during drag-and-drop.

Conflict resolution

When there is a conflict with a shortcut that is already in use with another command:

  • A warning appears at the bottom of the editor
  • Undo and Clear buttons in the lower right corner are enabled.
  • The command in conflict is highlighted in blue, and clicking this automatically selects the command in the command list.
  • This allows users to easily change the assignment for the conflicting command.


Use this instead of the ‘Go To‘ button used in former releases.

Premiere Pro default keyboard shortcuts

Many commands have keyboard shortcut equivalents, so you can complete tasks with minimal use of the mouse. You can also create or edit keyboard shortcuts.

Results Windows macOS
      Project… Ctrl + Alt + N Opt + Cmd + N
      Sequence… Ctrl + N Cmd + N
      Bin Cmd + /
      Legacy Title… Ctrl + T Cmd + T
      Open Project… Ctrl + O Cmd + O
      Close Project Ctrl + Shift + W Shift + Cmd + W
      Close Ctrl + W Cmd + W
      Save Ctrl + S Cmd + S
      Save As… Ctrl + Shift + S Shift + Cmd + S
      Save a Copy… Ctrl + Alt + S Opt + Cmd + S
      Capture… F5 F5
      Batch Capture… F6 F6
      Import from Media Browser Ctrl + Alt + I Opt + Cmd + I
      Import… Ctrl + I Cmd + I
         Media… Ctrl + M Cmd + M
      Get Properties for
         Selection… Ctrl + Shift + H Shift + Cmd + H
      Exit Ctrl + Q Cmd + Q
      Undo Ctrl + Z Cmd + Z
      Redo Ctrl + Shift + Z Shift + Cmd + Z
      Cut Ctrl + X Cmd + X
      Copy Ctrl + C Cmd + C
      Paste Ctrl + V Cmd + V
      Paste Insert Ctrl + Shift + V Shift + Cmd + V
      Paste Attributes Ctrl + Alt + V Opt + Cmd + V
      Clear Delete Forward Delete
      Ripple Delete Shift + Delete Shift + Forward Delete
      Duplicate Ctrl + Shift + / Shift + Cmd + /
      Select All Ctrl + A Cmd + A
      Deselect All Ctrl + Shift + A Shift + Cmd + A
      Find… Ctrl + F Cmd + F
      Edit Original Ctrl + E Cmd + E
      Keyboard Shortcuts Ctrl + Alt + K Cmd + Opt + K
      Make Subclip… Ctrl + U Cmd + U
      Audio Channels… Shift + G
      Speed/Duration… Ctrl + R Cmd + R
      Insert , ,
      Overwrite . .
      Enable Shift + Cmd + E
      Link Cmd + L
      Group Ctrl + G Cmd + G
      Ungroup Ctrl + Shift + G Shift + Cmd + G
      Render Effects in Work
Area/In to Out
Enter Return
      Match Frame F F
      Reverse Match Frame Shift + R Shift + R
      Add Edit Ctrl + K Cmd + K
      Add Edit to All Tracks Ctrl + Shift + K Shift + Cmd + K
      Trim Edit Shift + T Cmd + T
      Extend Selected Edit to
      Apply Video Transition Ctrl + D Cmd + D
      Apply Audio Transition Ctrl + Shift + D Shift + Cmd + D
      Apply Default Transitions
to Selection
Shift + D Shift + D
      Lift ; ;
      Zoom In = =
      Zoom Out
      Go to Gap
         Next in Sequence Shift + ;
         Previous in Sequence Opt + ;
      Snap in Timeline S S
      Mark In I I
      Mark Out O O
      Mark Clip X X
      Mark Selection / /
      Go to In Shift + I Shift + I
      Go to Out Shift + O Shift + O
      Clear In Ctrl + Shift + I Opt + I
      Clear Out Ctrl + Shift + O Opt + O
      Clear In and Out Ctrl + Shift + X Opt + X
      Add Marker M M
      Go to Next Marker Shift + M Shift + M
      Go to Previous Marker Ctrl + Shift + M Shift + Cmd + M
      Clear Current Marker Ctrl + Alt + M Opt + M
      Clear All Markers Ctrl + Alt + Shift + M Opt + Cmd + M
      Type Alignment
         Left Ctrl + Shift + L Shift + Cmd + L
         Center Ctrl + Shift + C Shift + Cmd + C
         Right Ctrl + Shift + R Shift + Cmd + R
      Tab Stops… Ctrl + Shift + T Shift + Cmd + T
      Templates… Ctrl + J Cmd + J
         Next Object Above Ctrl + Alt + ] Opt + Cmd + ]
         Next Object Below Ctrl + Alt + [ Opt + Cmd + [
         Bring to Front Ctrl + Shift + ] Shift + Cmd + ]
         Bring Forward Ctrl + ] Cmd + ]
         Send to Back Ctrl + Shift + [ Shift + Cmd + [
         Send Backward Ctrl + [ Cmd + [
       Reset Current
Opt + Shift + 0
      Audio Clip Mixer Shift + 9 Shift + 9
      Audio Track Mixer Shift + 6 Shift + 6
      Effect Controls Shift + 5 Shift + 5
      Effects Shift + 7 Shift + 7
      Media Browser Shift + 8 Shift + 8
      Program Monitor Shift + 4 Shift + 4
      Project Shift + 1 Shift + 1
      Source Monitor Shift + 2 Shift + 2
      Timelines Shift + 3 Shift + 3
      Adobe Premiere Pro
F1 F1
   Clear Poster Frame Opt + P Cmd + Shift + P
   Cut to Camera 1 Ctrl + 1 Cmd + 1
   Cut to Camera 2 Ctrl + 2 Cmd + 2
   Cut to Camera 3 Ctrl + 3 Cmd + 3
   Cut to Camera 4 Ctrl + 4 Cmd + 4
   Cut to Camera 5 Ctrl + 5 Cmd + 5
   Cut to Camera 6 Ctrl + 6 Cmd + 6
   Cut to Camera 7 Ctrl + 7 Cmd + 7
   Cut to Camera 8 Ctrl + 8 Cmd + 8
   Cut to Camera 9 Ctrl + 9 Cmd + 9
   Decrease Clip Volume [
   Decrease Clip Volume Many Shift + [
    Expand All Tracks Shift + =
   Export Frame Ctrl + Shift + E Shift + E
   Extend Next Edit To
   Extend Previous Edit To
Shift + Q
   Selection Tool V V
   Track Select Forward Tool Shift + A Shift + A
   Track Select Backward Tool A A
   Ripple Edit Tool B B
   Rolling Edit Tool N N
   Rate Stretch Tool R R
   Razor Tool C C
   Slip Tool Y Y
   Slide Tool U U
   Pen Tool P P
   Hand Tool H H
   Zoom Tool Z Z

Audio Track Mixer panel

Result Windows macOS
Show/Hide Tracks Ctrl + Alt + T Opt + Cmd + T
Loop Ctrl + L Cmd + L
Meter Input(s) Only Ctrl + Shift + I Ctrl + Shift + I

Capture panel

Result Windows macOS
Record Video V V
Record Audio A A
Eject E E
Fast Forward F F
Go to In point Q Q
Go to Out point W W
Record G G
Rewind R R
Step Back Left Left
Step Forward Right Right
Stop S S

Effect Controls panel

Result Windows macOS
Remove Selected Effect Backspace Delete
Loop During Audio-Only Playback Ctrl + L Cmd + L

Effects panel

Result Windows macOS
New Custom Bin Ctrl +/ Cmd + /
Delete Custom Item Backspace Delete

Essential Graphics panel

Result Windows macOS
Clear Selection Backspace Delete

History panel

Result Windows macOS
Step Backward Left Left
Step Forward Right Right
Delete Backspace Delete

Legacy Titler panel

Result Windows macOS
Arc Tool A A
Bold Ctrl + B Cmd + B
Decrease Leading by Five Units Alt + Shift + Down Opt + Shift + Down
Decrease Leading by One Unit Alt + Down Opt + Down
Decrease Font Size by Five Units Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Left Opt + Shift + Cmd + Left
Decrease Font Size by One Unit Ctrl + Alt + Left Opt + Cmd + Left
Ellipse Tool E E
Increase Kerning by Five Units Alt + Shift + Right Opt + Shift + Right
Increase Kerning by One Unit Alt + Right Opt + Right
Increase Leading by Five Units Alt + Shift + Up Opt + Shift + Up
Increase Leading by One Unit Alt + Up Opt + Up
Increase Text Size by Five Points Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Right Opt + Shift + Cmd + Right
Increase Text Size by One Point Ctrl + Alt + Right Opt + Cmd + Right
Insert Copyright Symbol Ctrl + Alt + Shift + C Opt + Shift + Cmd + C
Insert Registered Symbol Ctrl + Alt + Shift + R Opt + Shift + Cmd + R
Italic Ctrl + I Cmd + I
Line Tool L L
Nudge Selected Object Down by Five Pixels Shift + Down Shift + Down
Nudge Selected Object Down by One Pixel Down Down
Nudge Selected Object Left by Five Pixels Shift + Left Shift + Left
Nudge Selected Object Left by One Pixel Left Left
Nudge Selected Object Right by Five Pixels Shift + Right Shift + Right
Nudge Selected Object Right by One Pixel Right Right
Nudge Selected Object Up by Five Pixels Shift + Up Shift + Up
Nudge Selected Object Up by One Pixel Up Up
Path Type Tool
Pen Tool P P
Position Objects to Bottom Title Safe Margin Ctrl + Shift + D Shift + Cmd + D
Position Objects to Left Title Safe Margin Ctrl + Shift + F Shift + Cmd + F
Position Objects to Top Title Safe Margin Ctrl + Shift + O Shift + Cmd + O
Rectangle Tool R R
Rotation Tool O O
Selection Tool V V
Type Tool T T
Underline Ctrl + U Cmd + U
Vertical Type Tool C C
Wedge Tool W W

Media Browser panel

Result Windows macOS
Open in Source Monitor Shift + O Shift + O
Select Directory List Shift + Left Shift + Left
Select Media List Shift + Right Shift + Right

Metadata panel

Result Windows macOS
Loop Ctrl + L Cmd + L
Play Space Space


Result Windows macOS
Go to Next Edit Point Down Down
Go to Next Edit Point on Any Track Shift + Down Shift + Down
Go to Previous Edit Point Up Up
Go to Previous Edit Point on Any Track Shift + Up Shift + Up
Go to Selected Clip End Shift + End Shift + End
Go to Selected Clip Start Shift + Home Shift + Home
Go to Sequence-Clip End End End
Go to Sequence-Clip Start Home Home
Increase Clip Volume ] ]
Increase Clip Volume Many Shift + ] Shift + ]
Maximize or Restore Active Frame Shift + ` Shift + `
Maximize or Restore Frame Under Cursor ` `
Minimize All Tracks Shift + – Shift + –
Play Around Shift + K Shift + K
Play In to Out Ctrl + Shift + Space Opt + K
Play In to Out with Preroll/Postroll Shift + Space Shift + Space
Play from Playhead to Out Point Ctrl + Space Ctrl + Space
Play-Stop Toggle Space Space
Reveal Nested Sequence Ctrl + Shift + F Ctrl + Shift + F
Ripple Trim Next Edit To Playhead W W
Ripple Trim Previous Edit To Playhead Q Q
Select Camera 1 1 1
Select Camera 2 2 2
Select Camera 3 3 3
Select Camera 4 4 4
Select Camera 5 5 5
Select Camera 6 6 6
Select Camera 7 7 7
Select Camera 8 8 8
Select Camera 9 9 9
Select Find Box Shift + F Shift + F
Select Clip at Playhead D D
Select Next Clip Ctrl + Down Cmd + Down
Select Next Panel Ctrl + Shift + . Ctrl + Shift + .
Select Previous Clip Ctrl + Up Cmd + Up
Select Previous Panel Ctrl + Shift + , Ctrl + Shift + ,
Set Poster Frame Shift + P Cmd + P
Shuttle Left J J
Shuttle Right L L
Shuttle Slow Left Shift + J Shift + J
Shuttle Slow Right Shift + L Shift + L
Shuttle Stop K K
Step Back Left Left
Step Back Five Frames – Units Shift + Left Shift + Left
Step Forward Right Right
Step Forward Five Frames – Units Shift + Right Shift + Right
Toggle All Audio Targets Ctrl + 9 Cmd + 9
Toggle All Source Audio Ctrl + Alt + 9 Opt + Cmd + 9
Toggle All Source Video Ctrl + Alt + 0 Opt + Cmd + 0
Toggle All Video Targets Ctrl + 0 Cmd + 0
Toggle Audio During Scrubbing Shift + S Shift + S
Toggle Control Surface Clip Mixer Mode
Toggle Full Screen Ctrl + ` Ctrl + `
Toggle Multi-Camera View Shift + 0 Shift + 0
Toggle Trim Type Shift + T Ctrl + T
Trim Backward Ctrl + Left Opt + Left
Trim Backward Many Ctrl + Shift + Left Opt + Shift + Left
Trim Forward Ctrl + Right Opt + Right
Trim Forward Many Ctrl + Shift + Right Opt + Shift + Right
Trim Next Edit to Playhead Ctrl + Alt + W Opt + W
Trim Previous Edit to Playhead Ctrl + Alt + Q Opt + Q

Program Monitor panel


To use nudging for graphic layers, make sure that:

  • You have at least one layer selected (blue box) in a single graphic
  • The Program Monitor or the Essential Graphics panel is in focus

Result Windows macOS
Snap in Program Monitor Shift + Ctrl + ;  Shift + Cmd + ; 
Nudge Selected Object up by five frames Shift + Ctrl + Up Shift + Cmd + Up
Nudge Selected Object right by five frames Shift + Ctrl + Right Shift + Cmd + Right
Nudge Selected Object left by five frames Shift + Ctrl + Left Shift + Cmd + Left
Nudge Selected Object down by five frames Shift + Ctrl + Down Shift + Cmd + Down
Nudge Selected Object up by one frame Ctrl + Up Cmd + Up
Nudge Selected Object right by one frame Ctrl + Right Cmd + Right
Nudge Selected Object left by one frame Ctrl + Left Cmd + Left
Nudge Selected Object down by one frame Ctrl + Down Cmd + Down

Project panel

Result Windows macOS
New Bin Ctrl + B Cmd + B
Delete Backspace Delete
List Ctrl + Page Up Cmd + Page Up
Icon Ctrl + Page Down Cmd + Page Down
Hover Scrub Shift + H Shift + H
Delete Selection with Options Ctrl + Delete Cmd + Forward Delete
Extend Selection Down Shift + Down Shift + Down
Extend Selection Left Shift + Left Shift + Left
Extend Selection Right Shift + Right Shift + Right
Extend Selection Up Shift + Up Shift + Up
Move Selection Down Down Down
Move Selection End End End
Move Selection Home Home Home
Move Selection Left Left Left
Move Selection Page Down Page Down Page Down
Move Selection Page Up Page Up Page Up
Move Selection Right Right Right
Move Selection Up Up Up
Next Column Field Tab Tab
Next Row Field Enter Return
Open in Source Monitor Shift + O Shift + O
Previous Column Field Shift + Tab Shift + Tab
Previous Row Field Shift + Enter Shift + Return
Thumbnail Size Next Shift + ] Shift + ]
Thumbnail Size Previous Shift + [ Shift + [
Toggle View Shift + \ Shift + \

Timeline panel

Result Windows macOS
Clear Selection Backspace Delete
Decrease Audio Tracks Height Alt + – Opt + –
Decrease Video Tracks Height Ctrl + – Cmd + –
Increase Audio Tracks Height Alt + = Opt + =
Increase Video Tracks Height Ctrl + = Cmd + =
Nudge Clip Selection Left Five Frames Alt + Shift + Left Shift + Cmd + Left
Nudge Clip Selection Left One Frame Alt + Left Cmd + Left
Nudge Clip Selection Right Five Frames Alt + Shift + Right Shift + Cmd + Right
Nudge Clip Selection Right One Frame Alt + Right Cmd + Right
Ripple Delete Alt + Backspace Opt + Delete
Set Work Area Bar In Point Alt + [ Opt + [
Set Work Area Bar Out Point Alt + ] Opt + ]
Show Next Screen Page Down Page Down
Show Previous Screen Page Up Page Up
Slide Clip Selection Left Five Frames Alt + Shift + , Opt + Shift + ,
Slide Clip Selection Left One Frame Alt + , Opt + ,
Slide Clip Selection Right Five Frames Alt + Shift + . Opt + Shift + .
Slide Clip Selection Right One Frame Alt + . Opt + .
Slip Clip Selection Left Five Frames Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Left Opt + Shift + Cmd + Left
Slip Clip Selection Left One Frame Ctrl + Alt + Left Opt + Cmd + Left
Slip Clip Selection Right Five Frames Ctrl + Alt + Shift + Right Opt + Shift + Cmd + Right
Slip Clip Selection Right One Frame Ctrl + Alt + Right Opt + Cmd + Right

Find keyboard shortcuts

Find the keyboard shortcuts for a tool, button, or menu command by doing any of the following:

  • For a tool or button, hold the pointer over the tool or button until its tool tip appears. If available, the keyboard shortcut appears in the tool tip after the tool description.
  • For menu commands, look for the keyboard shortcut at the right of the command.
  • For the most-used keyboard shortcuts not shown in tool tips or on menus, see the tables in this article. For a complete list of default and current shortcuts, choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts (Windows) or Premiere Pro > Keyboard Shortcuts (Mac OS)
  • Use the search field in the Keyboard Customization dialog box to find specific commands quickly.

Customize or load keyboard shortcuts

You can set shortcuts to match shortcuts in other software you use. If other sets are available, you can choose them from the Set menu in the Keyboard Customization dialog box.

  • For customizing keyboard shortcuts, choose one of the following:

    • In Windows, choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts
    • In Mac OS, choose Premiere Pro > Keyboard Shortcuts
  • In the Keyboard Customization dialog box, choose an option from the menu:


    Displays commands found in the menu bar, organized by category.


    Displays commands associated with panels and menus.


    Displays a list of tool icons.

  • In the Command column, view the command for which you want to create or change a shortcut. If necessary, click the triangle next to the name of a category to reveal the commands it includes.

  • Click in the item’s shortcut field to select it.

  • Type the shortcut you want to use for the item. The Keyboard Customization dialog box displays an alert if the shortcut you choose is already in use.

  • Do one of the following:

    • To erase a shortcut and return it to the command that originally had it, click Undo.
    • To jump to the command that previously had the shortcut, click Go To.
    • To simply delete the shortcut you typed, click Clear.
    • To reenter the shortcut you typed previously, click Redo.
  • Repeat the procedure to enter as many shortcuts as you want. When you’re finished, click Save As, type a name for your Key Set, and click Save.


    The operating system reserves some commands. You cannot reassign those commands to Premiere Pro. Also, you cannot assign the plus (+) and minus (-) keys on the numeric keypad because they are necessary for entering relative timecode values. You can assign the minus (–) key on the main keyboard, however.

Copy keyboard shortcuts from one computer to another

Sync keyboard shortcuts using Creative Cloud

Premiere Pro lets you quickly and easily sync keyboard shortcuts between computers using the Sync Settings feature. Using Sync Settings, you can upload the customized keyboard shortcuts from your computer to Creative Cloud. Then, you can sync the keyboard shortcuts from Creative Cloud to any other computer.

For more information, see Sync settings using Adobe Creative Cloud.


Keyboard shortcuts are synchronized for the same platform only, and not between Windows and Mac OS platforms. That is, keyboard shortcuts created for Windows only sync with a Windows computer. Mac OS keyboard shortcuts only sync with a Mac OS computer.

Manually copy keyboard shortcuts

You can copy your customized keyboard shortcuts from one computer to another computer, or to another location on your computer.

  • Locate the keyboard shortcuts (.kys) file that you want to copy to another computer.

    The location of the customized keyboard shortcuts file depends on whether you’ve signed in to  Creative Cloud Sync Settings in Premiere Pro or not.

    Signed into Creative Cloud Sync Settings

    • Win: Users\[user name]\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\[version]\Profile-CreativeCloud-\Win\
    • Mac: Users/[user name]/Documents/Adobe/Premiere Pro/[version]/Profile-CreativeCloud-/Mac/

    Signed out of Creative Cloud Sync Settings

    • Win: Users\[user name]\Documents\Adobe\Premiere Pro\[version]\Profile-username\Win\
    • Mac: Users/[user name]/Documents/Adobe/Premiere Pro/[version]/Profile-username/Mac/


    [version] can be 7.0 or 8.0

  • Copy the keyboard shortcuts (.kys) file and paste into the required file location.

    To copy the keyboard shortcuts file to a location on a different computer, copy the .kys file to a removable drive, like a USB thumb drive. Then, copy the .kys file from the removable drive to the appropriate location in the new computer.

Assign multiple keyboard shortcuts to a command

You can assign multiple keyboard shortcuts for a single command.

The Keyboard Shortcuts dialog displays the keyboard shortcut as an editable button, which lets you change, add multiple shortcuts, or delete shortcuts.

Add more shortcuts

To add more shortcuts to a command, click to the right of an existing shortcut. If there is no existing shortcut, click anywhere in the Shortcut column. A new shortcut button is created in which you can type the shortcut.

Edit a shortcut


Edit a shortcut

To edit a shortcut, click the shortcut text in the Shortcuts column. The text is replaced with an editable button. Type the shortcut that you want to use. If the shortcut you type is already in use, an alert appears.

Delete a shortcut


Delete a shortcut

To delete a shortcut, click ‘x‘ in the editable shortcut button.

Remove shortcuts

  • Do one of the following:

    • In Windows, choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts
    • In Mac OS, choose Premiere Pro > Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Do one of the following:

    • To remove a shortcut, select the shortcut you want to remove, and click Clear.
    • To remove a set of shortcuts, choose the key set from the Set menu and click Delete. When prompted in the warning dialog box, click Delete to confirm your choice.

Print keyboard shortcuts

Many editors like to have a keyboard shortcuts document they can search and refer to. Premiere Pro offers a way to copy and paste keyboard shortcuts into a document, and then print. There are also pages in Help documentation that you can print, or save as a PDF.

Whether you are copy and pasting into a document, printing a PDF, or inspecting the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box, it is important to note the available commands that are mappable to the keyboard. You can engage in a much more keyboard-driven workflow by adding new keyboard shortcuts.

Print a spreadsheet of the keyboard shortcuts

You can paste the lists of keyboard shortcuts from the Keyboard Customization dialog box into a text document, like a spreadsheet, from which you can print. The advantage of the copy and pasting method is that you can view your customized keyboard shortcuts, as well. If you select Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, or Custom keyboard shortcuts, then those keyboard shortcuts are the ones that are printed.

  • Do one of the following:
    • Press Ctrl+Shift, and then choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts (Windows).
    • Press Command+Shift, and then choose Premiere Pro > Keyboard Shortcuts (Mac OS).
  • Click the Clipboard button.
  • Start a new document in a text editor, or spreadsheet program.
  • Paste the contents of the clipboard into the document.
  • Save the document and then print it out.
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25 Hidden Microsoft Word 2016 Secret Tips You Must Know

This article covers 25 Hidden Microsoft Word 2016 Secret Tips You Must Know.

Whether it’s for business or his student life, everyone uses Microsoft’s Word. But most people do not know about the powerful hidden features that can allow them to use MS word 2016 better and smarter. So a list of 25 of these tips and tricks goes here to make you a master of words fast.

  • Type =rand(7,10) and hit enter. 7  paragraphs each with 10 lines will be generated quickly.
  • Type three hyphens and press enter. A horizontal line will be generated.
  • Press CTRL key and click any sentence to select that sentence.
  • After opening a word file, Press Shift + F5 and cursor will move to the location, when you last saved the file.
  • Also while working on a word document, pressing Shift + F5 will take you to the last edited locations.
  • Pressing CTRL+Shift+> makes the font bigger for the selected text, similarly CTRL+Shift+< makes it smaller in size.
  • Just use tell me what to do to quickly find what you want to do in microsoft word 2016.

Tell Me What Do Word 2016





  • Keeping CTRL key pressed and then hitting backspace key deletes the whole word.

One Word Atone Time Delete



  • To insert links quickly just press CTRL + K and type the url in the address field.
  • Select any term and Right click on it and then choose smart lookup to quickly find information about that term from the web.
  • To apply a format just copy the format by selecting the piece of text and then clicking on format painter. After that, just select another piece of text on which you want to apply the format.

Format Painter



  • Click three times to select any paragraph in Microsoft word .
  • Select any sentence and press shift + F3  to change the sentence to lower upper or capital case.

Change Case



  • To write on any place in Microsoft window just Double click on that location.
  • When you copy any piece of text from internet or anywhere, the formatting of that piece comes attached with that.
  • To remove the formatting quickly, just select that piece of text and then CTRL + Space key.
  • The fastest method to cut and paste is not CTRL + X and CTRL + V . Just select any piece of text and press F2. Now, click on that location and then hit enter , paste that piece of text.
  • To insert Unicode character in your Doc, just type the code and then press ALT + X . For example, to insert $ in your document, just type U+0024 and press ALT + X.
  • For quickly inserting serial numbers in a table inside microsoft word, just select the column in which you want to put the serial numbers. Now, click the numbered bullet to quickly fill all the serial numbers in that column.

Serial Number Word 2016


  • There is a hidden calculator in your Microsoft Word. Just Go to File -> Options -> Quick access toolbar.

Calculator Ms Word Option Min

Now, Choose Commands not in the ribbon option from the dropdown (Choose commands from). Now, select calculator and click on add and finally click on OK.

Now, write select any math equation in the microsoft word and click on calculator icon on the top toolbar. You can see the result instantly on the bottom.




  • To change the font settings quickly, just click on small arrow to the right of the font section in the toolbar as shown below.

Font Settings



  • Turn of red and blue spell error warnings (Proofing) in Microsoft word. Just Go to File ->  Options. Choose proofing and then check both options for the current document saying hide spelling and grammar errors in this document only.

Hide Spelling Errors Word 2016



  • To open the last document in Microsoft word 2016, just search winword.exe /mfile1 in search box of windows PC. You can also run this in run command box to open the last word file.
  • To password protect a file, Just click on file and click on protect document -> Encrypt with password. Choose and set a password.
  • To remove the password, just click on protect document -> Encrypt with password again and clear password.

Protect Document


  • To replace all the images in a word document, first of all copy any image first to stick it to clipboard. Now, press CTRL + H to open find and replace window. Now, enter ^g in find what and enter ^c in replace with field. Now, Click on replace all to replace all images with the copied image.

Replace All Images Word 2016



  • Choosing mark as final, make the document as read-only.

Read Only

Hope You Enjoys These 25 Hidden Microsoft Word 2016 Secret Tips.

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