Microsoft Surface Hub keyboard shortcuts

If you are a user of Microsoft Surface Hub, use these keyboard shortcuts to work faster with your Windows 10 PC. Microsoft Surface Hub is a digital whiteboard and comes with Office, OneNote and Skype for Business.

KeyBoard

Microsoft Surface Hub keyboard shortcuts

Keyboard Shortcut
Action
 
Windows logo key
 

Open or close Start

 
Windows logo key +A
 

Open quick actions

 
Windows logo key +F
 

Enter or exit full screen for the app you’re using

 
Windows logo key +N
 

Open notifications

Windows logo key +S
 

Open Cortana or search

 
Windows logo key +T
 

Open the clock

 
Windows logo key +W
 

Send to whiteboard

 
Windows logo key +X
 

Swap sidebars

 
Windows logo key +1
 

Open or close the call pane in the sidebar

 
Windows logo key +2
 

Open or close the people pane in the sidebar

 
Windows logo key +3
 

Open or close the message pane in the sidebar

 
Windows logo key +4
 

Open or close the content pane in the sidebar

 
Windows logo key +F6
 

Move keyboard focus between the sidebars, top bar, and bottom bar

 
Windows logo key +Shift+F6
 

Move keyboard focus between the sidebars, top bar, and bottom bar in the opposite direction

 
Windows logo key +Tab
 

Go to Task view

 
Windows logo key +Backspace
 

Go back

 
Windows logo key +Spacebar
 

Switch input language or keyboard

 
Windows logo key +Enter
 

Open Narrator

 
Windows logo key +Plus (+)
 

Open Magnifier

 

Left Alt + left Shift + Print Screen

 

Turn high contrast on or off

 

F10

 

Turn screen sharing on or off

 

Alt+Tab

 

Switch between open apps

 

Left Alt+left Shift+Num Lock

Turn Mouse Keys on or off

 

Right Shift for eight seconds

 

Turn Filter Keys on or off

 

Shift five times

 

Turn Sticky Keys on or off

 

Num Lock for five seconds

 

Turn Toggle Keys on or off

 
Windows logo key +Esc
 

End your session

Cheers!

Like keyboard shortcuts? Take a look at the complete list of Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 10.

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