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The ____ shortcut keys underline words, and not spaces. (Points : 2) CTRL+U CTRL+W CTRL+SHIFT+W CTRL+SHIFT+PLUS SIGN
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User: The ____ shortcut keys underline words, and not spaces. (Points : 2) CTRL+U CTRL+W CTRL+SHIFT+W CTRL+SHIFT+PLUS SIGN

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The CTRL+SHIFT+W shortcut keys underline words, and not spaces.
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You can select a word by using the ____ key(s). (Points : 2) CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW CTRL+A SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW CTRL+W
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You can select a word by using the CTRL + Shift +LEFT ARROW keys.
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