Updating shortcuts all at once
Windows has always had a solid collection of keyboard shortcuts for those who prefer quick access to functionality but even with touch screens these days it is always handy to be able to just hit a quick key combination for common tasks in the daily use of Windows.
In the Word Press visual editor you can use a combination of keys to do things that normally need a mouse, trackpad or other input device.
Rather than reaching for your mouse to click on the toolbar, you can use the following keyboard shortcuts: Windows and Linux use "Ctrl + letter", Mac uses "Command (⌘) + letter".
The following shortcuts use a different key combination: Windows/Linux: "Alt + Shift (⇧) + letter". (Macs running any Word Press version below 4.2 use "Alt + Shift (⇧) + letter").
If your blog gets a large number of comments, you will find these shortcuts especially useful.
-------------------- Quick access to basic system functions: -------------------- Looking for even more keyboard shortcuts?
Find all of them here for Windows 7, 8.1 and the remainder of those for Windows 10.