Updated: 05/01/2023 by Computer Hope
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Alternatively written as Control+E, ^e, and C-e, Ctrl+E is a keyboard shortcut most commonly used to focus on the address or search bar in an Internet browser. Below are other programs that use this keyboard shortcut and related information.

How to use the Ctrl+E keyboard shortcut

To use this keyboard shortcut, press and hold either Ctrl key, and while continuing to hold, press E.

Ctrl+E in an Internet browser

In Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, and Internet Explorer, Ctrl+E focuses on the address bar, search bar, or omnibox. Using this shortcut can be helpful when you're done browsing the current page and want to type in a new address or search for something else without using the mouse.

Ctrl+E in Microsoft PowerPoint

In Microsoft PowerPoint, Ctrl+E aligns an object with the center of the slide.

Ctrl+E in Microsoft Word

In Microsoft Word, pressing Ctrl+E changes the alignment of a line or selected text so that it is centered on the page.

Ctrl+E in Google Sheets

In Google Sheets, pressing Ctrl+E collapses an expanded array formula.

Using Ctrl+E with Skype

In Skype, pressing Ctrl+E hangs up the current call.

Using Ctrl+E in Linux bash shell

While at a bash shell in Linux, pressing Ctrl+E moves to the end of the line currently being typed.

Below are links to related keyboard shortcuts and individual key pages.

Address bar, Ctrl, E, Keyboard shortcut, Keyboard terms