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Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts in Word
Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts in Word
In Microsoft Word, you can change the keyboard shortcuts. A keyboard
shortcut is a combination of keys that you press to give a command. For example,
pressing Ctrl+P opens the Print window; pressing Ctrl+S gives the Save
command. If you don’t like a keyboard shortcut in Word, you can change it and
invent a keyboard shortcut of your own. You can also assign keyboard
shortcuts to symbols, macros, fonts, building blocks, and styles.
Follow these steps to choose keyboard shortcuts of your own in Microsoft
Word:
1. On the File tab, choose Options.
You see the Word Options dialog box.
2. Go to the Customize Ribbon category.
3. Click the Customize button (you can find it at the bottom of the dialog
box next to the words “Keyboard Shortcuts”).
You see the Customize Keyboard dialog box, as shown in Figure 1-7.
Figure 1-7:
Assigning
keyboard
shortcuts
to Word
commands.
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