How To Customize Word'S Shortcut Keys In Word For Mac


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Customizing Word's shortcut keys

Word makes extensive use of shortcut keys for accessing menu commands. You can customize shortcut keys to remove the ones you don't use, change the ones you do use, and add new ones for commands that don't already have them. Choose Tools > Customize Keyboard to get started. This dialog works a lot like the commands tab of the Customize Toolbars and Menus dialog discussed in the previous video. You want to start by choosing a category of command, maybe the Edit commands, and then scroll down to find the command that you want.

So I'll scroll down this list. I'm looking for EditPaste. There it is, select it. When the command is selected, you could see its shortcut key, if it has one, in the middle of the dialog. And this particular command has two. You could remove a shortcut key by selecting it in a list and clicking the Remove button. So maybe I don't want F4 to be for the Oaste command, so I can select it and click Remove. It's gone. This frees up that key for ...

Customizing Word's shortcut keys
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Customizing Word's shortcut keys provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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