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I would like to edit the page name in a visio diagram without using the mouse. (see graphic)

What is the keyboard shortcut to do this?

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Interesting question to which I don't know the answer. Perhaps when Visio_Guy checks in tomorrow he'll know a trick...
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FWIW in Excel the keyboard shortcuts for this are "format > sheet > rename"
So Alt+F then o, h, r to rename the active sheet.  Unfortunately don't have Visio in front of me to find the equivalent.

Wondering why you can't use a mouse for it though.
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