There are many ways to select all the contents in a document, online, etc. The selection techniques are Shortcuts and MOUSE. These are all explained underneath.
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Keyboard Shortcuts to Select All Contents:
|S.NO.||Shortcut / Mouse Techniques||Description|
|1.||Ctrl + A||Ctrl + A is used to select all the contents such as text, graphics, table, and other characters in a document.|
|2.||Mouse||Triple-click on the left margin of any document that you want to highlight all the contents|
|3.||Mouse||Click and hold down at the beginning of the content and move the mouse at the end of the content.|
|4.||Mouse||Click and hold down the left mouse button at the beginning of the left margin, then move the mouse pointer (vertically) straight to the bottom.|
|5.||Ctrl + Shift + Home||Select all the contents from the beginning to the end in a word document.|
|6.||Ctrl + Shift + End||Select all the contents from the end to the beginning in a word document.|
|7.||Go to the “Home” tab/menu →Editing Group →Select → Select All||This command is used to select all the contents in a Word document|
|8.||Go to the “Home” tab →Editing Group → Select → Select All Text with Similar Formatting||This command is used to select all the text with similar formatting in a Word document.|
What is the Shortcut to selecting all contents in Word?
1. Control + A. 2. Ctrl + Shift + Home. 3. Ctrl + Shift + End, etc. Continue Reading
What is Ctrl + A?
Ctrl + A is used to select all the text such as text, graphics, table, and other characters in a document.
What is the shortcut to highlight all the text in Word?
Triple-click on the left margin of any document that you want to highlight all the contents.