If you’re like most people, you’re always looking for ways to save time, even when using Microsoft Office software. Keyboard shortcuts could be your new best friend when it comes to time management.
Not everyone uses shortcut keys to save time, but some people find them easier to use than a mouse, especially when spending long stretches of time at the computer.
Here's my new favorite shortcut: Ctrl+K, which lets you add a hyperlink quickly.
Just select any text, and then press the Ctrl and K keys at the same time. A dialogue box opens where you can type a link.
I used to select the text, right-click, and then click Hyperlink--but this is so much faster. if you do not know this before, don’t wait for more time, But I never know this until today. Why did I wait so long to start using it
And if you know the link you want to add, you can use this shortcut to add it as you type. When you're about to type the text you want to show in your link, press Ctrl+K. The dialog box opens up, so you can type the link address in the Address box. Then, in the Text to display box, type the text that you want to be hot in your document. Click OK, the linked text appears in your document, and you can keep writing.