By Jen Sweeney
Despite current technology’s reputation as a potential time-waster, there’s no debate that smart phones, tablets, and other tech advancements of the past two decades have made us more efficient workers. But there’s one method of boosting productivity that’s been around since the beginning, which requires very little effort to learn and will probably remain unchanged through countless future updates and versions.
Keyboard shortcuts. They make working easier, quicker, and less taxing on the body.
Here are a few we think you should know. And in the future, no matter what our devices and workstations look like, chances are you will still get some use out of these.
- Outlook 2013: Selecting a Paragraph with a Keyboard Shortcut
- Office 2013: The Many Uses of CTRL+TAB
- Windows 7: Using CTRL+TAB to Navigate Dialog Boxes
- Windows 7: View Computer Properties with a Keyboard Shortcut
- Internet Explorer & Firefox: Moving from Tab to Tab