Tip of the Day

What to do when a hyphen (“-“) won’t do.

Most computer keyboards have a key for the hyphen symbol (a.k.a. a dash) making it easy to insert when typing a document.

But what do you do when you need to type a longer dash (em-dash) or a medium dash (en-dash) when there is no keyboard key for either?


Mac makes it easy to insert an em-dash or en-dash. Try either of these simple shortcuts. They work on laptops and desktops running macOS.

  • To type an en-dash, press the Alt key and the Minus key at the same time. An en-dash (–) will appear.
  • The em-dash works the same way except you’ll press the Alt + Shift + Minus for an em-dash (—).


For desktop or laptop computers running Microsoft Windows, you still have access to both the en-dash and the em-dash — you just get to them in a different way.

  • To type an en-dash, press and hold the Alt key. While holding it down, tap 0 1 5 0 on the numeric keypad then release the ALT key. An en-dash (the shorter one) will appear.
  • To type an em-dash, press and hold the Alt key. While holding it down, tap 0 1 5 1 on the numeric keypad then release the ALT key. An em-dash (the longer one) will appear.

DIVI Keyboard Shortcuts

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Page Shortcuts
ctrl+z    Undo
ctrl+y    Redo
ctrl+s    Save Page
ctrl+shift+s    Save Page As Draft
ctrl+e    Exit Visual Builder
ctrl+shift+e    Exit To Backend Builder
t    Toggle Settings Bar
o    Open Page Settings
h    Open History Window
p    Open Portability Window
ctrl++    Responsive Zoom In
ctrl+–    Responsive Zoom Out
shift+w    Wireframe Mode
ctrl+shift+c    Click Mode
ctrl+shift+g    Grid Mode
ctrl+shift+h    Hover Mode
?    List All Shortcuts


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Module Shortcuts

ctrl+c    Copy Module
ctrl+x    Cut Module
ctrl+v    Paste Module
ctrl+alt+c    Copy Module Styles
ctrl+alt+v    Paste Module Styles
l    Lock Module
d    Disable Module
alt+module move    Move and copy module into dropped location
c+1/2/3/4/5/…    Change Column Structure
r+f    Make Row Fullwidth
g+1/2/3/4    Change Gutter Width
r+1/2/3/4/5/…    Add New Row
s+1/2/3    Add New Section
shift+Drag Padding    Restrict padding to 10px increments
alt+Drag Padding    Padding limited to opposing value
shift+alt+Drag Padding    Mirror padding on both sides
r+left/right/up/down    Increase Row Padding
r+alt+left/right/up/down    Decrease Row Padding
s+left/right/up/down    Increase Section Padding
s+alt+left/right/up/down    Decrease Section Padding
r+shift+left/right/up/down    Increase Row Padding By 10px
r+alt+shift+left/right/up/down    Decrease Row Padding By 10px
s+shift+left/right/up/down    Increase Section Padding By 10px
s+alt+shift+left/right/up/down    Decrease Section Padding By 10px



Microsoft Excel Cheat Sheet

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Ctrl + Spacebar – Selects the entire column in a worksheet.

Shift + Spacebar – Selects the entire row in a worksheet.

Copy and Paste

Ctrl + C – Copy selected text.

Ctrl + V – Paste copied text.

Ctrl + Alt + V – Opens Paste Special dialog box.

Ctrl + D – Uses Fill Down function to copy contents and formatting of top cell to selected cells below.


Ctrl + 1 – Format Cells dialog box.

Ctrl + Z – Undo

Ctrl + Y – Redo

Ctrl + F2 – Print Preview

Ctrl + F – Find and Replace dialog box

Alt + Shift + F1 – Inserts new worksheet.


Ctrl + Home – Returns to cell A-1

Ctrl + End – Moves to the last used cell in the worksheet.

Function Keys

F1 – Help

F2 – Edits active cell then puts insertion cursor at end of cell contents.

F4 – Repeat last command or action.

F7 – Spellcheck

F11 – Creates a chart of data in the current selected range.

F12 – Save As…

Cell Expressions

Name of a Cell – Examples: A10 (Column A, Row 10), or F36 (Column F, Row 36)

Multiple Individual Cells – Examples: A9,G22 (Cell A9 and G22), or B12, Z24,AA13 (Cells B12, Z24, and AA13)

Cell Ranges – Examples: C11:C95 (Cells in column C and rows 11-95), or D14:H22 (cells in columns D through H, and cells 14-22)

Formula Writing – All formulas begin with “=”, include a function like SUM, and a range of cells. Example: =SUM(A12:A27) will display the sum of all numbers in rows 12-27 in column A.

Common Excel Math Functions

Average – Finds the average value of the selected range. Example: =Average(A2:C14)

Count – Returns the number of cells that contain numbers. Example: If you had numbers in cells A1, A2, and A6 and words in cells A3, A4, and A5, you could use the formula =Count(A1:A6) and it would return 3, since three of the cells in the range are number contents.

Max – Finds the largest value in the selected range. Example: =Max(B2:B88) would find the highest number in that range and display it.

Min – Finds the smallest value in the selected range. Example: =Min(B2:B88) would find the lowest number in that range and display it.

Product – Multiplies numbers in the selected range and returns the answer. Example: =Product(B4,B5) would multiply the values in cells B4 and B5 and display the product.

Sum – Adds the values in the selected range and returns the answer: Example: =Sum(B4,B5) would add the values of B4 and B5 and return the sum.

Trunc – Truncates the number in the selected cell to the designated number of decimal spaces. Example =Trunc(B7, 2) where B7=36.251 would return the value 36.25. =Trunc(B7, -1) would return the value 30.