Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customizing the keyboard
3 In the Customize Keyboard dialog box, if the open document is
based on a custom template, and you want the new keyboard
shortcut to apply only to documents based on that custom tem-
plate, click the Save Changes In list box and select the template’s
name. Otherwise, leave Normal.dotm selected.
4 Click one of the following items in the Categories list:
If the command to which you want to assign a keyboard shortcut
is visible on one of the tabs of the ribbon, click the name of that
tab.
If the command to which you want to assign a keyboard shortcut
is not visible on any of the tabs of the ribbon, or if you aren’t
sure which tab contains the command, click All Commands.
If you want to assign a keyboard shortcut to a macro, a font, a
building block, a style, or one of a small set of common symbols,
click the corresponding item at the bottom of the list.
5 In the Commands list, click the command to which you want to
assign a keyboard shortcut.
If you selected one of the items at the bottom of the Categories list
in step 4, the label above the Commands list changes to the name
of the category you selected.
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TIP If the keyboard shortcut that you press is already assigned
to another command, the message Currently assigned to:
command name (where command name is the actual command)
appears below the Current Keys list box. If you want to leave the
keyboard shortcut assigned to its original command, delete the
contents of the Press New Shortcut Key text box and then press a
different shortcut. Otherwise, the keyboard shortcut will be removed
from the original command and assigned to the new command.
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