Download Word 2013 and Word 2010 Keyboard shortcuts

Microsoft Word 2013 and 2010 provide lot of keyboard shortcuts for the users. Listed below are the steps to find out the keyboard shortcuts in Word 2013 and Word 2010

Click on the View menu –> Macros

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In the Macros window, select Word Commands Macros in drop down

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After selecting Word Commands select ListCommands in Macro name: and

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click on the Run button. This would display the following List commands dialog box. Now select Current keyboard settings and click OK button.

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This would generate the available Word 2010 and Word 2013 keyboard shortcuts and print it on the Word document as shown below

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Download the list of keyboard shortcuts for Word 2010 from here.

Also See: Insert check mark in Microsoft Word

In Category: MS Office, Word 2010, Word 2013

Ravi Shankar

A Software developer and blogger who is always looking to provide technical help to the wider community.

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  • Carrie September 27, 2010, 10:00 pm

    Thanks for the pointer! Appreciate it 🙂

  • Harry Jakson January 18, 2011, 7:14 pm

    Word!

    Awesome, thanks for the tip. Although if you had put “Download the list of keyboard shortcuts for Word 2010” at the top of the page I probably would have just used that.

    However, I do like figuring things out for myself. In fact, I learned a couple of handy tricks just by randomly rotating through different key selections to see what they would do. This is much better though.

  • Ravi Shankar January 18, 2011, 8:54 pm

    Thanks Jakson for visiting blogmines.com and for the suggestion.

    The title has been updated to “Download the list of keyboard shortcuts for Word 2010”.

  • ADG August 7, 2011, 11:11 am

    TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
    Re: Customized Button Images
    For many year I have been using a Thinkpad computer with the Word 97 program. Very easy to use, very stable, hardly ever problems of any kind. Very userfriendly in that it allows for fairly sophisticated features without one’s having to become a computer expert. Recently I was given a Thinkpad Edge computer with the Word 2010 program. Very complicated to use, unstable, and many problems. The Help feature is amazingly poor now.
    One of the many problems is what appears to be the increased absence of freedom for the user to decide for himself how he wants things to be. For example, on the old program, I was able to modify the appearance of the toolbars, the font for all the various commands, etc., including for example the page colour, which I had light blue. This very convenient feature seems to have been removed, but it is not so important. A more troublesome problem is the absence of freedom for the user to make his own button images.
    The work I am doing requires many little formatting adjustments, and other operations all for which I make macros. On the old program, I could insert the the macro onto what is now called the ribbon, and then go into ‘Customize’ and there was an easily accessible feature allowing me either to copy another button image onto the macro or to design my own button image. Then whenever I wanted to make the insertion, I would just click the appropriate button, with an image appropriate to the said operation. None of the images provided by Word, however, were of any use, unless I were to have an array of buttons the images of which would have no bearing on the operation in question: ‘Light blue square means this operation, which has nothing to do with light blue’, ‘A chequered square means this other operation, which has nothing to do with checks’, etc.
    This very convenient feature seems now to have been removed, or?
    There are also some styles that I need to apply very frequently to certain words, and in the old one again, I would just add the style to the ribbon and then design a button. That is now impossible. I can only make keyboard shortcuts, but I do not like using very many keyboard shortcuts, especially as I am already using very many for various foreign letters.
    As mentioned, the Help feature is especially poor. Everything has now been scattered all over the place, and I spend very much time to find out where certain things now have been moved. Very often, however, I ask for information, and there only information about things I have not asked about. For example, I wanted to find out where the tabs feature is and nothing. Having new problems with spacing between letters, I also wanted find out what ‘kerning’ means, and the ‘Help’ feature just asked me whether I had spelled the word correctly. Yet the word ‘kerning’ occurs on the ‘Advanced’ part of ‘Font’. Wanting to find out how to access desktop from a document (rather than minimize what might be a number of open documents), Help again had nothing. After more than a month, I by accident discovered that one presses on the end of the taskbar. This is how I need to proceed: discover things by accident. Where ‘Tabs’ is I have still not discovered, except by going via ‘Para-graph’.
    All these things one can live with, I suppose, but having a very small array of bizarre button images as the only option for marking customizations is very inconvenient indeed.
    I should be most grateful if someone could kindly tell me of a way to make my own button images for the Quick Access Toolbar or the Ribbon.

    Best Wishes
    Adg

  • Adg August 7, 2011, 11:44 am

    TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
    Re: Customized Button Images
    For many year I have been using a Thinkpad computer with the Word 97 program. Very easy to use, very stable, hardly ever problems of any kind. Very userfriendly in that it allows for fairly sophisticated features without one’s having to become a computer expert. Recently I was given a Thinkpad Edge computer with the Word 2010 program. Very complicated to use, unstable, and many problems. The Help feature is amazingly poor now.
    One of the many problems is what appears to be the increased absence of freedom for the user to decide for himself how he wants things to be. For example, on the old program, I was able to modify the appearance of the toolbars, the font for all the various commands, etc., including for example the page colour, which I had light blue. This very convenient feature seems to have been removed, but it is not so important. A more troublesome problem is the absence of freedom for the user to make his own button images.
    The work I am doing requires many little formatting adjustments, and other operations all for which I make macros. On the old program, I could insert the the macro onto what is now called the ribbon, and then go into ‘Customize’ and there was an easily accessible feature allowing me either to copy another button image onto the macro or to design my own button image. Then whenever I wanted to make the insertion, I would just click the appropriate button, with an image appropriate to the said operation. None of the images provided by Word, however, were of any use, unless I were to have an array of buttons the images of which would have no bearing on the operation in question: ‘Light blue square means this operation, which has nothing to do with light blue’, ‘A chequered square means this other operation, which has nothing to do with checks’, etc.
    This very convenient feature seems now to have been removed, or?
    There are also some styles that I need to apply very frequently to certain words, and in the old one again, I would just add the style to the ribbon and then design a button. That is now impossible. I can only make keyboard shortcuts, but I do not like using very many keyboard shortcuts, especially as I am already using very many for various foreign letters.
    As mentioned, the Help feature is especially poor. Everything has now been scattered all over the place, and I spend very much time to find out where certain things now have been moved. Very often, however, I ask for information, and there only information about things I have not asked about. For example, I wanted to find out where the tabs feature is and nothing. Having new problems with spacing between letters, I also wanted find out what ‘kerning’ means, and the ‘Help’ feature just asked me whether I had spelled the word correctly. Yet the word ‘kerning’ occurs on the ‘Advanced’ part of ‘Font’. Wanting to find out how to access desktop from a document (rather than minimize what might be a number of open documents), Help again had nothing. After more than a month, I by accident discovered that one presses on the end of the taskbar. This is how I need to proceed: discover things by accident. Where ‘Tabs’ is I have still not discovered, except by going via ‘Paragraph’.
    All these things one can live with, I suppose, but having a very small array of bizarre button images as the only option for marking customizations is very inconvenient indeed.
    I should be most grateful if someone could kindly tell me of a way to make my own button images for the Quick Access Toolbar or the Ribbon.

    Best Wishes
    Adg

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