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Used to apply a command or finalize data entry. Also used to move the insertion point to the next line.
Modifier key that, used in combination with text, makes a letter uppercase.
Used to erase characters to the right of the insertion point.
Adds a space at the insertion point.
Indents the insertion point or text.
Caps Lock Key
When turned on, locks the alphabet keys so that all letters are uppercase.
Moves the insertion point up, down, left, or right without creating spaces or deleting text.
The key that toggles the Overtype (OVR) function in Word. This determines whether the insertion point inserts text or types over existing text.
Used to erase characters to the left of the insertion point.
Can be used for different commands, depending on the program. Often used with modifier keys.
A keyboard command that lets you keep both hands on the keyboard instead of using the mouse.
Press this key and the N key to open a new document.
The Alt, Ctrl, and Shift keys are all examples of this type of key.
The blinking symbol that shows where you will be entering text or data on the screen.