Alternatively referred to as Control T and C-t, Ctrl+T is a shortcut key most often used to open a new tab in a browser.
How to use the Ctrl+T shortcut key
On Apple computer keyboards, the Ctrl key is labeled as "control."
Ctrl+T in an Internet browser
In all major Internet browsers (e.g., Chrome, Edge, Firefox, IE, Opera), pressing Ctrl+T opens a new tab in your browser.
Ctrl+T in Excel and other spreadsheet programs
In Microsoft Excel, pressing Ctrl+T opens the Create Table dialog box.
If you're editing the contents of a cell and press Ctrl+T, nothing will happen.
Ctrl+T in Microsoft PowerPoint
In Microsoft PowerPoint, the Ctrl+T shortcut key opens the Font window, to adjust font size, style, and type. The Ctrl+Shift+F shortcut key performs the same action.
Ctrl+T in Windows Media Player
Ctrl+T in Word and other word processors
Related keyboard shortcuts
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