How do you Use MS Word Shortcut Keys

Below is a listing of the more commonly used MS Word Shortcut Keys who are learning Computers as a beginner 

Ctrl + A
Select all content of the page
Ctrl +B
Bold Highlighted
Ctrl + C
Copy Text
Ctrl + D
Font Options
Ctrl + E
Align Text or line to center
Ctrl + F
Find Box
Ctrl + G
Find and Replace options
Ctrl + H
Find and Replace options
Ctrl + I
Italicize Highlighted selection
Ctrl +J
Justify paragraph alingment
Ctrl +K
Inert Link
Ctrl + L
Align Text or line to left
Ctrl + M
Indent the pararapgh
Ctrl +N
Open New Tab
Ctrl + O
Open Options
Ctrl + P
Print Window
Ctrl + Q
Align Paragraph to left
Ctrl + R
Align Text or line to right
Ctrl + T
Hanging Indent
Ctrl + S
Ctrl + U
Underline Highlighted selection
Ctrl + V
Ctrl + Y
Ctrl + X
Cut Selected Text
Ctrl + W
Close Document
Ctrl + Z
Ctrl + Shift +F
Change the font
Ctrl + Shift +>
Increased selected Font+1
Ctrl + ]
Increased selected Font+1
Ctrl + Shift +<
Decreased selected Font+1
Ctrl + [
Decreased selected Font+1
Ctrl + Shift +*
View Or hide non Printing characters
Ctrl+ Del
Delete word
Ctrl+ End
Move Cursor to end of document
Ctrl+ Home
Move Cursor to beginning of document
Ctrl+ Space
Reset highlighted text to default font
Ctrl +1
Single space lines
Ctrl +2
Double space lines
Ctrl +5
1.5 line spacing
Ctrl +Alt +1
Change Text to heading 1
Ctrl +Alt +2
Change Text to heading 2
Ctrl +Alt +3
Change Text to heading 3
Open help
Repeat last action performed
Spell Check Selected Text
Save as
Shift +F3
Change case of selected text
Shift + F7
Activate the thesaurus
Shift + F12
Shift + insert
Alt + Shift +D
Insert the current date
Alt + Shift + T
Insert the current time