In Microsoft Word 2016, you can change the keyboard shortcuts. A keyboard shortcut is a combination of keys that you press to give a command. For example, pressing Ctrl+P opens the Print window; pressing Ctrl+S gives the Save command. If you don’t like a keyboard shortcut in Word, you can change it and invent a keyboard shortcut of your own.What are some keyboard shortcuts for word?
There are many shortcuts available for use in Microsoft Word using the keyboard - CTRL shortcuts, SHIFT shortcuts, ALT Shortcuts, and Function Key shortcuts (i.e. F1). There are also other keyboard shortcuts, and shortcuts that do not use the keyboard at all.How do you make keyboard shortcuts?
Creating a Keyboard Shortcut Create a desktop shortcut for the command. A keyboard shortcut is a combination of keyboard keys you press to run a command or program. Right-click the desktop shortcut. Click Properties. The “Shortcut” tab of the Properties screen will appear. Click into the “Shortcut Key” box.