One of the biggest problems Word users experience in upgrading from version 2003 to versions 2007 and 2010 is in finding frequently-used commands. Once you’ve searched through the new ribb0n-based menu system and found a command you use a lot, you don’t ever want to lose track of it!
Fortunately, there’s a way to keep the commands you use most close at hand: the Quick Access Toolbar. And, if you’re a speed typist who wants to minimize mouse usage, there are the ever-popular shortcut keys (which can be customized).
Over at Lawyerist, I’ve shown you how to save your favorite commands to the Quick Access Toolbar as well as how to make your own shortcut keys. Click here to read the full post.
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