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    Interesting... (Word 2002)

    Get this, right from the Word 2002 shortcut key list:

    ALT+SHIFT+F11
    Display Microsoft Visual Studio code

    Does that mean somebody in Redmond expected (or at least anticipated) VS hooks in Word 2002?
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    Re: Interesting... (Word 2002)

    For me, ALT+SHIFT+F11 displays the Microsoft Script editor, which is an installed component of a thing called Microsoft Development Environment.

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    Re: Interesting... (Word 2002)

    Just seconding Andrew's observation: I've got Word 2002 and VS.NET installed, but Alt+Shift+F11 brings me to the Microsoft Script Editor - that key shortcut has been around since Word 2000.

    The fact that they mentioned Visual Studio there is interesting, don't know what to make of that...

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