Monday, October 27, 2008

Computer Monday: MS Word Basic Tips

Based on Word 2000, 2003, and more than likely, will work on the newest versions!!

To Remove a command from a menu;
Type the shortcut key and then select the "offending" menu command.
Press: ALT+CTRL+- (plus dash)

To Display Customize Keyboard dialog box and create a shortcut key for a menu command;
Type the shortcut key,
selecting a menu command,
and then to add, change or remove the desired shortcut key from within the dialog box.
Press ALT+CTRL++ (plus sign)

To add a toolbar button to a menu bar
Start by typing the shortcut key and selecting a toolbar button,
Microsoft adds the button to the appropriate menu.
Press ALT+CTRL+=(equal sign)

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