Powerpoint shortcuts

Here is the official list to learn. The main difference is Option is used instead of ctrl which is a little wierd since there is a CTRL key on modern mac systems:

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PowerPoint keyboard shortcuts

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One character to the left

LEFT ARROW

One character to the right

RIGHT ARROW

One line up

UP ARROW

One line down

DOWN ARROW

To the beginning of a word or one word to the left

OPTION+LEFT ARROW

One word to the right

OPTION+RIGHT ARROW

To the end of a line

⌘+RIGHT ARROW or END

To the beginning of a line

⌘+LEFT ARROW or HOME

To the beginning of a paragraph or up one paragraph

OPTION+UP ARROW

Down one paragraph

OPTION+DOWN ARROW

To the end of a text box

OPTION+END

To the beginning of a text box

OPTION+HOME

Mac Excel Shortcuts

Here is the official list from Microsoft

The strange things are they are different. For instance F4 is paste whereas in Windows Excel is it change relative to absolute. And F2 is edit cell whereas it is cut text. And again, there is this strangeness that you use the Option key where you use the Ctrl key in windows even though there is a Ctrl key on new Mac keyboards.

Equivalent of Windows Excel F4 key in Excel 2008 for the Mac

Navigating in Excel
Switch between Worksheets fn-CTRL-PageUp/fn-CTRL-PageDown
Switch between Workbooks fn-`
Select entire worksheet Cmd+A
Move to the beginning of the line. fn+left arrow(home)
Go To fn + F5
Move a Sheet/Copy a Sheet Alt-E-M
Change Zoom Sizing Alt-V-Z

Entering and editing data
Complete a cell entry and select…
Delete cell and then get inside the cell DELETE
Delete cell/selection. fn+DELETE
Edit inside a cell (edit cell mode) CTRL+U
Once inside edit cell mode (F2)…
…Start a new line in the same cell. OPTION+CMD+ENTER
…Delete the preceding character. DELETE
…Delete the character to the right of the insertion fn + DELETE
Spell Check. fn + F7
Insert a comment. fn+SHIFT+ F2
Undo the last action. cmd+z
Redo the last action. cmd + y

Selecting, grouping, inserting, and deleting cell
Group Rows or Columns SHIFT+ALT+RIGHT ARROW KEY
Ungroup Rows or Columns SHIFT+ALT+LEFT ARROW KEY
Clear the contents of the selected cells. DELETE
Delete the selected cells. CTRL+MINUS SIGN SAME
Insert blank cells. CTRL+SHIFT+PLUS SIGN SAME

Copying and Pasting Shortcut
Copy, then Paste Special Formats Alt-E+S+T
Copy, then Paste Special Formulas Alt-E+S+F

Formatting Data Shortcut Example
Display the Style dialog box. CMD+SHIFT+L
Display the Format Cells dialog box. CMD+1
CTRL+SHIFT+! 1,254.34
Currency format: 2 decimal places (negative numbers in parentheses): CTRL+SHIFT+$ $1,254.34
Percentage format with no decimal places. CTRL+SHIFT+% 125434%
Exponential number format with two decimal places. CTRL+SHIFT+^ 1.25E+03
Boldface CMD+B
Italicize CMD+I
Underline CMD+U
Strikethrough CMD+SHIFT+_
Apply the outline border to the selected cells. CMD+Option+Arrow Key
Remove the outline border from the selected cells. CMD+Option+Arrow Key

Enter and calculate formulas Shortcut Example
Start a formula. = (equal sign) =F45*G12
In a formula, display the Insert Function dialog box. fn+SHIFT + F3
Recalculate all worksheets in all open workbooks. F9
Anchoring “Fixing” Cells F4 – must be in edit cell mode (CTRL+U) =$F$4*G125
Go to precedent cell(s) CTRL-[

Naming cells, Hyperlinks, inserting time and dat
Name a cell. fn+CMD+F3
Display a drop-down list of the values in the current cALT+DOWN ARROW