Screentips and MS Office Program Shortcut Keys - Office 2007 and before

MS Office Program Shortcut Keys and how to show them as Screentips (reminders) in Program Menus.

Shortcut Keys

Description

Alt + F

File menu options in current program.

Alt + E

Edit options in current program

F1

Universal Help in almost every Windows program.

Ctrl+ A

Select all text.

Ctrl + X

Cut selected item.

Shift + Del

Cut selected item.

Ctrl + C

Copy selected item.

Ctrl + Ins

Copy selected item

Ctrl + V

Paste

Shift + Ins

Paste

Home

Goes to beginning of current line.

Ctrl + Home

Goes to beginning of document.

End

Goes to end of current line.

Ctrl + End

Goes to end of document.

Shift + Home

Highlights from current position to end of line.

Shift + End

Highlights from current position to beginning ofline.

Ctrl + Left arrow

Moves one word to the left at a time.

Ctrl + Right + arrow

Moves one word to the right at a time.



Shortcut Keys given in Windows Program Menus (Word - Excel etc) Office 2003 and before.

The Shortcut Keys (Screen Tips) for a certain operation/command (if there is one)
can be seen to the right of the operation/command in its menu bar drop down box on the top toolbars - as shown right below.

The Shortcut Keys will also be shown in the Screen Tips Window that opens
when the mouse hovers over a toolbar icon if the icon represents an action with designated shortcut Keys.

Show or hide shortcut keys in ScreenTips

1. On the Tools menu, click Customize.
2. Click the Options tab.
3. Under Other, select or clear the Show ScreenTips
on toolbars and Show shortcut keys in ScreenTips check boxes.
Close the Window.
Changing this setting affects all of your Microsoft Office
programs.
Notes:
Microsoft Office Excel 2003 only uses the Show
ScreenTips on toolbars check box.



To Show Screen Tips In Office 2007

Click the Office Button - then Options (Word 2007 is shown here).

Open the Advanced Tab, then under Display check the Show shortcut keys in ScreenTips box.
Click OK.





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