That’s not all. You can use your keyboard to paste text without its original messy formatting, take a picture of your screen, and create a virtual desktop to keep work and life separate. Tap or click here for seven shortcuts that will help you save even more time.
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There are more ways to cut to the chase beyond a few keystrokes. If you use Google’s Docs, Sheets, and Calendar, here’s a smart, quick way to create new files and events without clicking through menus.
Use Google shortcuts to create new files
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But if you do use Google Docs, here’s a trick you need to know. The same goes for opening a new Google Sheet, Google’s version of Excel.
A similar shortcut opens your Google Calendar with a new blank calendar entry for you to fill in, which is faster than going through your calendar itself or Google Drive.