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word shortcutsAs you know, Microsoft products always give you the opportunity to perform an operation or a step in a lot of different ways. In some cases there are also handy shortcuts meant to shorten a certain procedure or gain access to a function or tool in a faster way. Recently, I have come across a nice trick  for all Microsoft Office versions ( I am talking about Office 2003, 2007 and the new Office 2010). It is nothing else than a macro which lets you create a document containing all the shortcuts available for Office.

In this case a Macro is a shortcut itself that lets you gain access to a task in a very simply way. Thanks to it you will be able to know all the shortcuts available for Microsoft Office.

  1. Click Tool.
  2. From the menu, click Macros… (it should be located at the end of the menu).
  3. A new window labeled Macro should appear on the screen.
  4. From the list select ListCommands.
  5. Click Run.
  6. This should create a .doc file containing all shortcuts for your Office

In case you have Office 2007 and can not locate the Macros option, follow this other guide:

  1. Open Office Word.
  2. Click the Word orb located on the left of the document.
  3. Click the Word option button located at the end of the menu.
  4. Click the Popular option located on the left pane.
  5. Tick the Show Developer tab in the Ribbon checkbox and click OK.
  6. Now, on the main Office 2007 window, click the Developer tab located on the upper toolbar, on the right.
  7. Now, click the Macros icon located on the right side of the upper toolbar.
  8. A new window called Macros will appear on the screen.
  9. In the Macros In drop down menu, click Word Commands.
  10. In the Macro Name, type ListCommands
  11. Select  ListCommands from the list below.
  12. Click the Run button.
  13. Another small window will appear. Click the Current Keyboard settings radio button and click OK.
  14. Done!

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2 Comments to “Office Word 2003, 2007 and 2011 Shortcuts”

  1. Web Talk Says:

    LOL! Thanks Dennis and enjoy your vacation! 😉

  2. Dennis F. Says:

    I’m currently on vacation in Key West & don’t have Office on this Netbook, but I cant wait to try this when we get back. See my dedication to Web Talk – even on vacation?

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