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QuickBooks User? Here’s Some Handy Tips.

November 20, 2014

Using the QuickBooks keyboard shortcuts can help make your accounting transactions easier and faster. Save valuable time and energy with these helpful key combinations.


When You Press QuickBooks Does This
this PC Shortcut
Ctrl+A Displays the Chart of Accounts window
Ctrl+C Copies your selection to the Clipboard
Ctrl+D Deletes check, invoice, transaction, or item from the list
Ctrl+E Edits transaction selected in the register
Ctrl+F Displays the Find window
Ctrl+G Goes to the other side of a transfer transaction
Ctrl+I Displays the Create Invoice window
Ctrl+J Displays the Customer:Job List window
Ctrl+M Memorizes a transaction
Ctrl+P Almost always prints the currently active register, list, or form
Ctrl+Q Creates and displays a QuickReport on the selected transaction
Ctrl+R Displays the Register window
Ctrl+T Displays the memorized transaction list
Ctrl+V Pastes the contents of the Clipboard
Ctrl+W Displays the Write Checks window
Ctrl+X Moves your selection to the Clipboard
Ctrl+Z Undoes your last action — usually
Ctrl+Insert Inserts a line into a list of items or expenses
Ctrl+Delete Deletes the selected line from a list of items or expenses

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