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Heinrich Pesch  Identity Verified
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Oct 21, 2004

Jost Zetschke reported in the most recent number of his newletter, how you can compile inside Word a list of all shortcut commands. I find this a great help, the list will be in the language of your Word-version, so you don't have to guess.

Go to Tools>Macro>Macros, in Macro source drop down list select Word commands and highlight in the macro list the ListCommand (it has a different name in non-English Words) and click on the Run-button.
Word will create a table with all possible commands listed. The only difficult part is to find the ListCommand-macro in your version of Word. (Suomi: LuetteloKomennot)
Just save the file or print it out.

Hope Jost doesn't mind me forwarding this tip!
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[Edited at 2004-10-21 12:40]

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Sonja Tomaskovic  Identity Verified
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Thanks! Oct 21, 2004

In German, the command is called BefehleAuflisten.


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Saskia Steur  Identity Verified
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Heinrich, thanks! Oct 21, 2004

In Dutch it's called "LijstOpdrachten" You can find it under
Extra, Macro, Macro's [drop down menu] Word-opdrachten.
Many thanks, best regards,

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