Updated: 12/31/2020 by Computer Hope
Alternatively known as Cmd+1, Command+1 is a keyboard shortcut most often used to switch to the first tab in an Internet browser or other programs with tab support.
How to use the Command+1 keyboard shortcut
To use this keyboard shortcut, press and hold either Command key, and while continuing to hold, press 1.
Command+1 in macOS
In Apple’s macOS, pressing Command+1 displays the items in the Finder window as icons.
Command+1 in an Internet browser
With all major Internet browsers (e.g., Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Safari), pressing Command+1 switches to the first tab.
Command+1 in Microsoft Excel
In Microsoft Excel and all other spreadsheet programs, pressing Command+1 opens the Format Cells window.
Command+1 in Microsoft PowerPoint
In Microsoft PowerPoint, pressing Command+1 switches to Normal view.
Command+1 in Microsoft Word
In Microsoft Word, pressing Command+1 changes a line, paragraph, or all highlighted text to have single spacing.
You may also press Command+2 to set the line spacing to double, or Command+5 to set it to 1.5 spaces per line.
Below are links to related keyboard shortcuts and individual key pages.
Cmd, Keyboard shortcut, Keyboard terms