Alternatively referred to as Control+Home and C-Home, Ctrl+Home is a keyboard shortcut that moves the cursor to the beginning of a document.
How to use the Ctrl+Home keyboard shortcut
Ctrl+Home in an Internet browser
In all major Internet browsers (e.g., Chrome, Edge, Firefox, IE, Opera), pressing Ctrl+Home scrolls to the beginning of the web page, if not already there.
Ctrl+Home in Excel and other spreadsheet programs
If you pressed Ctrl+Shift+Home, everything from the text cursor's current position to A1 would be highlighted.
Ctrl+Home in Word and other word processors
If you pressed Ctrl+Shift+Home, everything from the text cursor's current position to the start of the document would be highlighted.
Ctrl+Home in command line edit command
When editing a file using the edit command in an MS-DOS or Windows command line, pressing Ctrl+Home scrolls to the top of the document.
Related keyboard shortcuts and keys
Below are links to related keyboard shortcuts and individual key pages.