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Here's my new favorite shortcut: Ctrl+K, which lets you add a hyperlink quickly. Just select any text, and then press the Ctrl and K keys at the same time. A dialogue box opens where you can type a link. I used to select the text, right-click, and then click Hyperlink--but this is so much faster. Why did I wait so long to start using it? And if you know the link you want to add, you can use this shortcut to add it as you type. When you're about to type the text you want to show in your link, press Ctrl+K. The dialog box opens up, so you can type the link address in the Address box. Then, in the Text to display box, type the text that you want to be hot in your document. Click OK, the linked text appears in your document, and you can keep writing.
What are your favorites shortcuts in Word?
-- Joannie Stangeland
Very nice, thanks for the information.
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Have you tried posting your question on answers.microsoft.com?
Control-S. Not so much my favorite but its sure what I use most often. Although Word's auto-save feature does an excellent job sometimes you just can't take the risk...
Still... Ever since I came to realize that keyboard shortcuts are actually stored on a per-template basis I'm actually using several customized shortcuts as well as the regular onces. Mostly to either start a VBA macro or (I guess this really is a favorite of mine:) to insert an AutoText (or building block) snippet.
I replaced the standard signature with my own. First I removed the default ones (using building block management), then made a new one.
Then I first selected it then went to Insert -> Quickparts -> Store selection in Quickparts (or something close enough, I use a localized version of Word). Then saved it into the 'Autotext' gallery using the standard category.
Now the fun part: right click on the ribbon, select "customize ribbon" and find the button "Customize" at the bottom to customize your shortcuts. Go all the way down in the left window to "Building blocks" (below "macro's" and "font types") and then find your saved 'quick part' in the right window. Assign a shortcut (click on the "new shortcut" line and press the combination you want to use) and make sure that it stores the changes in the right template (for my signature I obviously used normal.dotx).
Now every time you need to insert your (in my case customized) signature all you need to do is press one specific shortcut.
A great tip! Thanks for sharing.
Is it possible to put a hyperlink in a header or footer? I have a manuscript bookmarked and would like to put a link labeled "Click here to return to the Table of Contents" in the footer so readers can quickly get back to the TOC to select another section to read. I've inserted the link, but in the resulting PDF document, it doesn't do a thing. Any hints?
I'm asking around on this one. When I put a link in the footer, I can't click it in the Word doc (unless I open the footer area). I'm also looking into the PDF issue.
In the meantime, have you checked on answers.microsoft.com?
I just received an answer to my question: People can't click the link in the footer. Word doesn't have an easy way to add navigation at the bottom of each page (and then there are the PDF issues).
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