It is unlikely that you have a built in shortcut key. However, if you are using Microsoft Word you can set up a custom hotkey. A square root sign has character code 221A - you can find it under Insert: Symbol. From there you can set a keyboard shortcut; I've just set mine to Ctrl + SQ, which works fine. The standard shortcut key is "ALT"+ X
It is a keyboard, not a keybored ! There is no square root button on a standard keyboard, but if you are bored, you can find out how to program a key and get one of the keys to be your square root key.
The Keyboard Shortcut To Save A Picture `Ctrl + s`
there isn't such shortcut
There is no single square root button on a keyboard. You can sometimes get the square root symbol by holding down alt and pressing 2 then 5 then 1 (or alt + 251). If that doesn't work, you could copy and paste it. √ (that square root sign is from pressing alt + 251)
ctrl+i is the keyboard shortcut of the Italic button.
What is the keyboard shortcut for copying text?
It would be the square root key. (√) `it is not on the keyboard
The keyboard shortcut for adding a bookmark in Safari or Firefox is Command (⌘) - D.
To type the square root symbol on ypur keyboard press and hold alt and type 251.
This keyboard shortcut will run the presentation beginning with Slide 1.
press F2 for rename shortcut
On a Macintosh - alt-t
It is 221A + Alt X
That's the shortcut for copy. The shortcut for paste is Ctrl V.
The keyboard shortcut to rotate an object is E, to move it W, and to scale it R.
F11 is the keyboard shortcut for creating a chart from the selected cell range
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There is just one keyboard shortcut used to left-align a paragraph in Microsoft Word. 'Ctrl+L' are the keys used in this shortcut.