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You can display different tabs on the MS PowerPoint 2010 ribbon by first pressing the F6 key as many times as necessary until the shortcut HINTS are displayed:
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Press the 1 key to SAVE the presentation.
Press the 2 key to UNDO the last action (whatever it may be).
Press the 3 key to REDO the last action (whatever it may be).
Press the F key to display the FILE menu.
Press the H key to display the HOME tab.
Press the M key to display the SLIDE MASTER tab.
Press the N key to display the INSERT tab.
Press the G key to display the DESIGN tab.
Press the K key to display the TRANSITIONS tab.
Press the A key to display the ANIMATIONS tab.
Press the S key to display the SLIDE SHOW tab.
Press the R key to display the REVIEW tab.
Press the W key to display the VIEW tab.
NOTE 1: Since PowerPoint displays new tabs dynamically when the situations demands it, the shortcut keys you see may be slightly different than the ones shown in the above screenshot.
Note 2: These shortcuts will work only AFTER the LETTERS are displayed when you press the F6 key. If the letters are not displaying, then the shortcuts won’t work.