Posted by: gracelydia51 | June 11, 2011

Using Shortcut Keys in Word 2007

Although most of the shortcut keys in Word 2007 are same as those in Word 2000 and Word 2003, in MS Word 2007, Microsoft has provided a new system for these shortcut keys. Earlier, you had to memorize shortcut keys like CTRL + U to underline a word or sentence but now you will not have to memorize these shortcuts as in Word 2007, there is a simple and visual way to know what you need to press. In this version you will press “ALT” and several keyboard shortcuts will be appeared on the top of toolbars buttons. Some of the shortcuts are given below:

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

Reference Tab

Alt-M

Mailing Tab

Alt-R

Review Tab

Alt-V

View Tab

Alt-L

Developer Tab

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are some other shortcuts for MS Word 2007 which are very easy to use. Here is a table that will represent that which action will take place when following letters will be pressed.

V

To set Cover Page

B

Page Break

T

Insert Table

P

Insert Picture

F

Insert Clip Art

SH

Insert Shapes

C

Chart

NP

Insert New Blank Page

 


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