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    Word 2010 Key Assignment

    For years I have used Word 2003, and have assigned the key combination CTRL+G to bring up the Paragraph dialog box.

    I'm using Word 2010 now, and I want to do the same thing -- simply press CTRL+G to do the same thing as clicking the down arrow in the lower right corner of the Paragraph section of the Home tab on the ribbon. This can also be done now by pressing the sequence ALT+H, P, G. I want to use CTRL+G to do it.

    By default, CTRL+G brings up the Go To tab of the Find and Replace dialog box. I want to override that.

    I've looked at the Help material, and it doesn't make much sense to me.

    Who can help me with what seems to be an easy task?
    Lou Sander
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    i don't have Word 2010 but see if this helps:
    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/wo...010370106.aspx

    Jerry

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    5 Star Lounger Lou Sander's Avatar
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    Well, it worked, in spite of not having worked before. I DID close my old document and open a new one before going through the steps, though. That might have been the key. Of course it is possible that I was careless the first time I tried it.
    Lou Sander
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