PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts


Here’s a helpful PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts guide.

I like using F5 to run the slide show and the F4 key to repeat formatting. Another good one is Control + M to insert a new slide. Go ahead and click  PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts to download the shortcuts document.


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