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Get 5 free Microsoft reference cards you’ll use time and time again

Looking for a short-key in Microsoft Word? Forgot how to copy a format for PowerPoint? Tired of asking your co-workers every time you have a question about Excel?

Become the authority on Microsoft Suite with these handy reference cards from CustomGuide. Fill out a simple form with your name, email and a few details about your occupation and you will have access to these five incredibly useful reference cards.

Become a Microsoft Office expert with these nifty cards up your sleeve.

There is a ton of information on each card but here is a quick top 5 teaser:


  • Ctrl + S will save your documents (do this often)
  • Ctrl + X will Cut the selected text
  • Move text with the mouse with a quick select click and drag
  • Select a full sentence by holding Ctrl and clicking anywhere in the sentence
  • Select the entire document with Ctrl+A


  • Add new slide Ctrl+M
  • Undo anything with Ctrl+Z
  • F5 begins the slideshow
  • Use the laser pointer by holding down Ctrl and the left mouse button
  • Ctrl+P allows you to use a pen to draw on the slides as you present


  • Use the arrow keys to quickly move between tabs
  • Shift+Space selects an entire row
  • Ctrl+Space selects an entire column
  • Shift+F11 will insert a new worksheet
  • To Insert a Function select the cell where you want to enter the function and click the Insert Function button on the Formula Bar

The guides come with this and much more detailed information on five different Microsoft products:

  • Outlook
  • Access
  • Excel
  • PowerPoint
  • Word

To learn more useful tips like these and much more, be sure to check out the Free Guide here.

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