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MS Word 2003 - How find shortcut keys assigned to macros

Posted on 2006-07-14
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Is there a way to display or print a list of macros with their shortcut keys.

User has created macros but does not remember what keyboard shortcuts were assigned to them.
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Goto tools-Customize-Keyboard... and select macros from the Categories listbox. In the Macros listbox, click a macro to find the key assigned to it.
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