How to use Keyboard Shortcuts

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We will take a look at some of my favorite keyboard shortcuts for cut, copy, paste, select all, undo, find, and save. Although they take a conscious effort to put into practice, keyboard short cuts can make your time on the computer more efficient. Visit our website, www.instructorgadget.com, to view more tutorials as well as find additional resources.

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