Hey guys, if you are reading this it means you are probably a shortcut freak like me. Actually, keyboard shortcuts are cool. They help you navigate easily around your PC and get things done without clicking much of the mouse.
However, one major challenge you may have is how to memorize these keyboard shortcuts to be able to implement them. In today’s post I will show you how to display all keyboard shortcuts available for Microsoft Word. To do this we’ll use a built-in macro. This macro is present in Word 2003 and above, but the steps below use Word 2016 as the example.
ALSO SEE : Complete List of Computer Keyboard Shortcut Keys
HOW TO SHOW ALL KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS IN MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD
1. Navigate to the View tab in MS Word.
2. Click Macros > View Macros.
3. Change the dropdown for the macros location to “Word
4. Type “ListCommands” in the Macro name field.
5. Click Run.
6. Click OK. Leave the selection “Current keyboard
settings,” since the “All Word commands” option generates
commands that don’t have keyboard shortcuts.
Word will quickly create a table of all of its keyboard
shortcuts, which you can save for future reference or
perhaps edit to highlight the ones most useful to you.
That’s it, quite easy right? Feel free to ask any questions you may have using the comment box.
in the word programs after office 2003 version is the problem of ignoring some very important shortcuts. For example in word 2016 shortcuts for spell checking do not work at all. They suggest to correct this problem with a macro, but why to use macro instead of being incorporated in this program all of the best word 2003 shortcuts being used by the customers
That was awesome, simple and to the point. thanks.