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    Word for Mac (Any)

    Does anyone know what the keystroke combination [Ctrl] [Shift] [F9] is on a Mac?

    Thanks.

    Jerry

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    Re: Word for Mac (Any)

    I'm not sure what you're asking. Do you want to know what Ctrl+Shift+F9 does on the Macintosh, or what the equivalent of the Windows keystroke Ctrl+Shift+F9 is for the Mac?

    In Word for Windows, Ctrl+Shift+F9 unlinks all fields in the selection, i.e. it removes the field codes and replaces them with their results.

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    Re: Word for Mac (Any)

    I know what it does in Windows. I need to do that on a Mac. Does anyone know the keystroke combination on a Mac?

    Jerry

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    Re: Word for Mac (Any)

    Doesn't the online help for Word on the Mac have a list of keyboard shortcuts, as in Windows?

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    Re: Word for Mac (Any)

    Microsoft Word X keyboard shortcuts

    The unlink field shortcut is Command key + Shift + F9

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    Re: Word for Mac (Any)

    Thanks. I'll try that one again. The first time it didn't seem to work.

    Jerry

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