Do you know about "shortcut keys" on your PC? Rather than moving your mouse up to the toolbars, you can use the keyboard for some quick and easy functions. Look at your keyboard now....go ahead, I'll wait.....at the bottom left (usually) is a key labeled "CTRL" - that's your Control key. It "controls" how other keys work to provide you with shortcuts.
For instance, if you press CTRL and then the O key, you'll open a new file. Always press CTRL first and then the letter key, then let go of both.
Likewise, CTRL + S lets you save a file.
CTRL + P = print.
CTRL + C = copy selected text.
CTRL + V = paste selected text.
CTRL + B = bold selected text.
CTRL + U = underline selected text.
CTRL + I = italicize selected text.
CTRL + A = select ALL on the page.
CTRL + Z = undo the last action
CTRL + X = delete selected text
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