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Deleting key combinations for Word

Posted on 2014-12-23
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We are trying to prevent the ™ © symbols from appearing in one user's Microsoft Word. We deleted them from the symbols section under "AutoCorrect Options" but they still appear.

It is for the key combinations CTRL + ALT + T AND CTRL + ALT + C
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Right-click on the ribbon but not a  button

Customize the ribbon

Keyboard shortcuts Click Customize

Categories: Common Symbols

then choose tm  and click remove
same for (c)

Regards
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by:regsamp
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Let me try that.
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by:regsamp
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That worked perfectly. Thank you.
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