Do you want to get a list of keyboard shortcuts available in Microsoft Word?. If you are a kind of keyboard users, who loves to perform its computer task using shortcut keys, then this article might be very useful for you. In this article, we are using one trick that helps you to get some keyboard shortcuts which is available in Microsoft Word. For this purpose, you need to run a macro named as “ListCommands”. Just have a glance at this article to know how to create a list of keyboard shortcuts available in Microsoft Word.
What is a macro?
A macro is regarded as the list of instruction and commands which you can bind together to make a single command and by the help of that single command, you can perform various tasks automatically.
Steps to create a list of Keyboard Shortcuts available in Microsoft Word:
Step 1: First, you need to open your Microsoft Word and then click on the Microsoft Office icon, as shown in the image below.
Step 2: Now, click on the “Word Options” button which is at the bottom the office menu.
Step 3: Under Popular option, you may see “Show Developer tab in the Ribbon” click on its check box and then click on the “OK” to activate ‘Developer’ tab.
Step 4: Now, you may see “Developer” tab in the toolbar of your Microsoft Word screen.
Step 5: Under ‘developer’ option, you may see “Macros”. Just click on the ‘Macros’ button to view the list of macros, from which you can create, run or delete a macro.
Step 6: Once ‘Macros’ dialog box is gets opened, then you need to select “Word Commands” from the drop down list of Macros in section.
Step 7: Now, you need to type “List command” inside the “Macro name” text box. After that, you need to select the ‘list commands’ from the list and then click on the “Run” button.
Step 8: You may see a small dialog pops open, here you need to select whether you want “Current Keyboard Settings” or “All Word Commands” and then click on the “OK” button.
Step 9: Finally, you may see auto-generated keyboard list as shown in the image below.
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