Which is the "combination key" of keyboard? Answer with a little explanation is more welcomed.
A key combination is the use of two or more keys on a keyboard to generate a specific result. These keys are pressed either at the same time, or one after the other while holding down each key until the last key is pressed.Many key combinations are also considered shortcuts to performing various actions within the operating system (i.e. Microsoft Windows or macOS) or a software program (i.e. Microsoft Word or Adobe Reader) and are useful for saving time while typing a document. Key combinations are often designated with the use of a plus (+) sign between the keys.
Some of the common key combinations include:
Ctrl+S - Save currently open file.
Ctrl+C - Copy highlighted text or an image.
Ctrl+V - Paste text or an image from clipboard.
Ctrl+Alt+Del - Open up the Task Manager or option to change password for the user's account.
Ctrl+B - Change highlighted text to be Bold.
Ctrl+I - Change highlighted text to be in Italics.
Ctrl+U - Change highlighted text to be Underlined.
Ctrl+A - Select all text and images (everything) in the current, active application.
Alt+F4 - Close the currently open and active application window.
Ctrl+F4 - Close window within open application but leave the application open.
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