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    CTRL+K (2002 NL)

    Good afternoon,

    As I cannot seem to be able to print the stupid shortcutlist from Word (I don't know why the pc doesn't want to help me... <img src=/S/tongue.gif border=0 alt=tongue width=15 height=15> ) I hope that one of you can tell me what the shortcut CTRL+K does exactly... I see my paragraphs jumping, but I don't know why...

    So if anyone can tell me what happens, I'll be very glad! <img src=/S/clapping.gif border=0 alt=clapping width=19 height=23>

    Greetz,
    Daphne

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    Re: CTRL+K (2002 NL)

    On my copy of Word 2002, Control-K is assigned to InsertHyperlink, which doesn't affect paragraph layout in a noticeable way.

    To find a key assignment you could try. Tools > Customise > Keyboard... Click in the shortcut key box and type Control-K, it will then show you the current shortcut for that key and you can now close the dialog box without accepting the change.

    I bet some lounger knows an easier way.

    StuartR
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    Re: CTRL+K (2002 NL)

    mmm.... strange.... in my window this shortcut is assigned to FormatAutoFormat.... right....

    But thanks for the tip, now I can see what the solution is (even though I don't know what it means... <img src=/S/tongue.gif border=0 alt=tongue width=15 height=15> )

    Have a nice evening!
    Daphne

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    Re: CTRL+K (2002 NL)

    Hi Daphne,

    In addition to Stuart's reply: you can print a list of shortcuts as follows:
    - Select Tools | Macro | Macros...
    - In the 'Macros in' dropdown list, select 'Word commands'.
    - In the list of commands, select ListCommands (in Dutch probably 'Lijst van opdrachten' or 'Opdrachtlijst')
    - Click 'Run'.
    - Choose 'Current menu and keyboard settings' for a relatively compact list, or 'All Word commands' for a comprehensive list, then click OK.
    A new document will be created with a list of commands and their shortcuts and menu equivalents.

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    Re: CTRL+K (2002 NL)

    unfortunately I don't have the option you mention, I was looking for that option first, but then I couldn't find it... that's why I posted this thread... strange not?!

    have a nice weekend!
    Daphne

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    Re: CTRL+K (2002 NL)

    Hi Daphne:
    You should have the option that Hans mentioned. Do you mean you can't find ListCommands as part of Word commands? If not, there's something wrong. Also, whenever you want to know what a single command is for:
    Press Alt+Ctrl+NumPad Plus, then press the shortcut key (here Ctrl+K). A dialog box will pop up showing you exactly what command your shortcut key is for.
    Cheers,

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