Microsoft Word has some nice shortcuts that are not well known. One of those is the Shift + F5 shortcut.
Use this to cycle between your most recent edits. With a large document, Shift+F5 is handy to see what you have edited most recently. And, you can use it when you first open a document to take you to your most recent edit.
If you are on a laptop, you may need to use your function key along with the F5 key.
Shift + Fn + F5
Have you ever created a table and you need to add numbering to the first column? Ever done it manually? Ouch. There is actually a way to do this quickly. Simply select the column and click on the Numbering button from the Home tab. I know!!
The same thing works if you select a row and want to have numbering across your columns
Watch the video on YouTube: Numbering the rows in your Word Tables
Guess what? You can double-click anywhere in a Word document and start typing.
Just double-click in any position on the page where you want text and start typing.
Watch the video: Click and Type
All you need to do is press Ctrl and the apostrophe. Release the key combination and type the letter to be accented, and there it is.
For example, if you want to type an é, press the Ctrl key and press the ’ (apostrophe) and then release the keys.
Type the letter e and it will show up with the dash above it.
Watch the video on my YouTube Channel – Word Accent Marks