15 December 2009

How to show and use the Shortcuts keys in Word 2007?

In Word 2007, most of the shortcut keys are same from the earlier versions such as Word 2000 and Word 2003. But the interesting thing in Word 2007 is that, Microsoft provides a new look or system for these shortcuts keys. In earlier Word versions, you must memorize how to use the shortcuts keys such as (CTRL + B" to make letters bold and "CTRL + I" to make letters italic). But now, it does not require planned memorization in latest Word 2007 version. There is a fast, simple, and visual way to find out what you need to press.



Now by pressing the "ALT" button and many options or keyboard shortcuts (containing letters or numbers) will be appear on top of the toolbar buttons.

You will see here, For Example:

Alt-F
= Office Button

Alt-1
= Save

Alt-2
= Undo

Alt-3
= Redo

Alt-H
= Home

Alt-N
= Insert tab

Alt-P
= Page Layout tab

Alt-S
= References tab

Alt-M
= Mailings tab

Alt-R
=Review tab

Alt-V
=View tab

Alt-L
= Developer tab



Now if you want to view the shortcuts keys for any other individual tabs. For example if you go to the Insert tab by pressing ALT-N only, then you will be able to see the extra shortcuts keys available.

Here
Now if you press a letter listed below small image it will be like pushing that button. For Example

V
= to set cover page


NP
= insert new blank page


B
= Page break


T
= Insert table


P
= Insert picture


F
= Insert Clip Art


SH
= Insert shapes


C
= Chart



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1 comments:

Serge Slipchenko December 23, 2009 at 12:28 AM  

This feature should better be called accelerators, and it works not only in Ribbon, but in every Windows application. You always can type Alt+first letter of the menu then type first letter of the command. Unfortunately not all actions are directly available as commands. Some of them hidden in dialogs. And those old fashioned shortcuts, like Paragraph shortcuts, are still indispensable.

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