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    press keys CTRL F4 - WordXP crashes (WordXP)

    (Edited by HansV to make URL clickable - see <!help=19>Help 19<!/help>)

    Hiya

    I have a user on WordXP. They press the keys CTRL F4 - hit enter (to select yes) & then word crashes.
    How can you tell what are WordsXP default keyboard shortcuts? (I found it on MSKB) http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?...amp;Product=wrd
    & how can you tell what keyboard shortcuts are assigned to a particular function? goto menu Tools>Macro>in the drop downlist select Word Commands>select ListCommands> select Run

    What do you recommend to fix? just delete normal.dot

    many thanks & regards
    Diana

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    Re: press keys CTRL F4 - WordXP crashes (WordXP)

    Diana,

    If you ever want to go the other way round, you can find the keyboard shortcuts assigned to a particular command as follows:
    - Select Tools | Customize...
    - Click the Keyboard... button
    - Select the category in the list on the left; if you don't know the category, select All Commands.
    - Select the command in the list on the right.
    - The Current Keys box will display shortcuts currently assigned to the command (there can be more than one.)

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    Re: press keys CTRL F4 - WordXP crashes (WordXP)

    Edited by Phil Rabichow 2/9/04 to add the last paragraph

    Hi Diana:
    Check the steps in <post#=197827>post 197827</post#>. Also, running ListCommands will give almost all the current keyboard combinations, including your customized ones. If you want the default keyboard shortcuts, start Word with the /a switch as described in the link above.

    Another thing to do is press Alt+Ctrl+NumPadPlus. The cursor turns into a clover. Then press Ctrl+F4 & see what it's assigned to.
    Hope this helps,

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