Alternatively written as Control+Enter and C-Enter, Ctrl+Enter is a keyboard shortcut most commonly used to create a page break. Below are other programs that use this keyboard shortcut and related information.
How to use the Ctrl+Enter keyboard shortcut
Ctrl+Enter in an Internet browser
In all major Internet browsers (e.g., Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera), pressing Ctrl+Enter while typing in a URL (uniform resource locator) autocompletes the full address. For example, if you type "computerhope" into the address bar, and press Ctrl+Enter, the address becomes "www.computerhope.com" and the browser opens the Computer Hope website in the current tab.
This keyboard shortcut only works for .com addresses.
Ctrl+Enter in Microsoft Excel
In Microsoft Excel, pressing Ctrl+Enter fills the selected cells with the current entry.
Ctrl+Enter in Google Sheets
Ctrl+Enter in Outlook
In Microsoft Outlook, pressing Ctrl+Enter sends the e-mail you're composing.
Ctrl+Enter in Word and other word processors
Related keyboard shortcuts and keys
Below are links to related keyboard shortcuts and individual key pages.