What does the keyboard shortcut Ctrl plus B do?
it does nothing
The keyboard shortcut to bold text is Ctrl + B. First you highlight the text with the mouse. Then you press the "Ctrl" key and, while keeping it pressed, press the "B" key.
It depends on the program you're using. In a word document, CTRL + B is the keyboard shortcut for bold. Using it will turn on or off bold text. On a web browser, CTRL + B will show you a list of websites that you have bookmarked.
You can use Ctrl - B. There is also another way it can be done, which people may not be aware of, which is the press Ctrl - 2.
English language appliction and Keyboard: Ctrl + b = bold Ctrl + i = italic Ctrl + u = underline Other language packs and keyboards will be different, for example my Swedish language Word has Ctrl + f for bold (Swedish fet). Ctrl + k for italic (Swedish kursiv)
press ctrl and b
There are many keyboard shortcuts, some of them are ctrl + c, alt + f, alt + e, f1, ctrl + a, ctrl + x, shift + del, Ctrl + Ins, Ctrl + V, Shift + Ins, Home, Ctrl + Home, End, Ctrl + End. There are also Shift + Home, Shift + End, Ctrl + Left arrow, Ctrl + Right arrow, Ctrl + A, Ctrl + B, Ctrl + C, Ctrl + F, Ctrl… Read More
Depending on your internet browser it is your organize list or bookmarks and for Word and many other pieces software it is bold.
it is usually Ctrl B
It switches to bold type. If a word or sentence is highlighted, then you press ctrl-b then the word or sentence will be made bold. If you do it again, the word or sentence will be made normal (non-bold).
Shortcut keys are keyboard keys (or key combinations) which are configured to execute an often-used command or set of commands. This includes the well-known ctrl-tab to cycle windows, ctrl-c to copy, and the like as well as the specialized media controls included on many modern-day keyboards. Here is a list of some of the most commonly-used shortcut keys in windows. • F1: Help • CTRL+ESC: Open Start menu • ALT+TAB: Switch between open programs •… Read More
Ctrl+C - Copy Ctrl+V - Paste Ctrl+B - Bold (text) Ctrl+I - Italicize (text)
Most popular key sequences to format a character or a block of text: Ctrl-I (italic) Ctrl-B (bold) Ctrl-U (underline)
Ctrl I switches italics on/off, Ctrl B switches BOLD type on/off.
For PCs, it is Control + B.
You can do it a few ways. The simplest and most common is to use Ctrl + B. You can also use Ctrl + 2. You could also open the formatting dialog box and using the keyboard only navigate through it and pick the option to bold. That is a very long way to do it, involving a lot of key strokes, so Ctrl + B and Ctrl + 2 are better. You can do… Read More
The shortcut key for bold/strong emphasis on most word processors is Ctrl + B, corresponding to Cmd + B on a Mac.
Ctrl and a key are just "codes" put into software by Microsoft. Here are the only codes I know but they are very helpful in time. CTRL+C: Copy CTRL+X: Cut CTRL+V: Paste CTRL+Z: Undo CTRL+B: Bold CTRL+U: Underline CTRL+I: Italic
a b Note: 'shortcut' execution, so (a==0 b/a==1) is legal even if a==0
The B button on the formatting toolbar. Using the keyboard you can press and hold the Ctrl key and then press B. Also, if you hold the Ctrl key and press the 2 key, it will bold things or remove bolding.
you access your favorites folder so you can organize it
Google likes to be special like that. Plus they want you to use their search engine to look up the answer :P
Ctrl - 2009 Ctrl B 1-2 was released on: USA: 14 July 2009
Ctrl + b selects bold on word documents. There is no other command for this.
For text, You can use ctrl+A to select all , ctrl+C to copy and ctrl+V to paste it. For folders or files, You can use ctrl key and click the desired folders for alternate selection. You can use shift key and click the starting folder and the ending folder to select the folders between those folders. For example These are the folders you want to select : A B C D E I will use… Read More
there r MANY...but here r a few new = ctrl + n save = ctrl + s select all = ctrl +a copy = ctrl + c cut = ctrl + x paste ctrl + v underline = ctrl + u italics = ctrl + i bold = ctrl + b
Ctrl+C=Copy Ctrl+Z=Undo Ctrl+X=Cut Ctrl+A=Select All Ctrl+V=Paste Ctrl+B=Bold Ctrl+I=Italics Ctrl+P=Print Ctrl+Y=Redo And finally Ctrl+Alt+Del=Windows Task Manager
Type something like ctrl shift u (release) then shift b (release) then 0 or 1 or 2 so on.. only works with chrome book or mac not windows.
By clicking on tool icon on the left side of screen (Toolbox, if you do not see it go to Window > Tools) or using keyboard shortcut. Almost every tool have corresponding keyboard shortcut like Brush tool - B, Move tool - V, Marquee tools - M and so on. Note that tools are grouped so entire group have same shortcut, for example: Brush, Pencil, Color Replacement and Mixer Brush tool shares same shortcut… Read More
Bold: Ctrl + B Italic: Ctrl + I Underline: Ctrl + U Activate menu : Alt or F10
Highlight the title using the mouse, hit "Ctrl+I" hotkey for italics. "Ctrl+B" for bold, "Ctrl+U" for underline.
ALT + TAB Switch between open windows HOME Move cursor to beginning of current line CTRL + HOME Move cursor to beginning of document END Move cursor to end of current line CTRL + END Move cursor to end of document PAGE UP Move cursor up one screen CTRL + PAGE UP Move cursor up one page PAGE DOWN Move cursor down one screen CTRL + PAGE DOWN Move cursor down one page CTRL +… Read More
The e with diaeresis is U+00EB, and the upper case is U+00CB. The typing of this character varies per operating system. Windows: * ë: Alt-0235 * Ë: Alt-0203 Linux: * ë: Ctrl-Shift-U-0-0-E-B * Ë: Ctrl-Shift-U-0-0-C-B
You can Press CTRL + T for new tab. CTRL + B for favorites as for bookmarks on the other web browser. CTRL + N for new Window. You can copy paste commands CTRL + C then CTRL + V.
Control-B keyboard sequence would do different things in different software applications. For example, in Microsoft Internet Explorer, it will bookmark the web site you are currently viewing (that's what it used to do, now it brings up the 'organize favorites' window). In Microsoft Word, and many other word processing software, it will turn the highlighted text bold. Actually it is a toggle, so that if the text is already bold, then it will unbold the… Read More
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what is difference b/w keyboard and keypad
the ctrl n cheat doesn't work anymore B: Somone said it was Ctrl+7 was now it
Windows system key combinations • F1: Help • CTRL+ESC: Open Start menu • ALT+TAB: Switch between open programs • ALT+F4: Quit program • SHIFT+DELETE: Delete item permanently Windows program key combinations • CTRL+C: Copy • CTRL+X: Cut • CTRL+V: Paste • CTRL+Z: Undo • CTRL+B: Bold • CTRL+U: Underline • CTRL+I: Italic Mouse click/keyboard modifier combinations for shell objects • SHIFT+right click: Displays a shortcut menu containing alternative commands • SHIFT+double click: Runs the alternate… Read More
Right Ctrl + B
pressing Ctrl B
The keys that we use to have an access to any of the control from menu are considered as access keys. Eg: Alt + File. Key that we use to manipulate the data over the form is known as short cut key. Eg: Ctrl + b to make selected data as bold
The keys on a keyboard include the English Alphabet. A, B, C.......... etc.
b + b + b + c + c + c + c = 3b + 4c
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Between A and B
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