Wednesday, 21 January 2009

Office 2007 Access Keys

Access Keys

If you liked using keyboard shortcuts to work with the menus in previous versions of Office, you’ll like the Access Keys. Access Keys provide a quick method of working with screen elements such as the Ribbon. You use Access Keys by pressing Alt followed by another key or a sequence of other keys.

How Do I Turn On the Access Keys?

If you want to use Access Keys to control the Ribbon or other elements on the screen, you must first switch to keyboard control. This shifts you from being in text entry mode into command mode. You do this by pressing Alt which then activates little badges showing the Key Tips for all tabs. Press one of the letters to activate a particular tab and then badges for each of the commands on that particular tab appear. Press the letter that corresponds to the badge and continue in this way until the command has been selected.

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