Function Key Assignments in Word 97/2000

Posted On 2005-11-1 by FortyPoundHead
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A short list of useful function keys for Word 97 or 2000. Should be useful for newer versions as well.

F1 Get online Help or the Office Assistant Context sensitive Help or reveal formatting   Go to next field   Go to previous field Display Microsoft System Information
F2 Move text or graphics Copy text Print Preview command (File menu)     Save command (File menu) Open command (File menu)
F3 Insert an AutoText entry Change the case of letters Cut to the Spike Create an AutoText entry Insert the contents of the Spike    
F4 Repeat the last action Repeat a Find or Go To action Close the window Quit Word   Quit Word  
F5 Go To command (Edit menu) Move to a previous revision Restore the document window size Restore the program window size Edit a bookmark    
F6 Go to next pane Go to the previous pane Go to the next window   Go to the previous window    
F7 Spelling command (Tools menu) Thesaurus command (Tools menu) Move the window Find next misspelling (Automatic Spell Checking enabled) Update linked information in a Word source document    
F8 Extend a selection Shrink a selection Resize the window Run a macro Extend a selection (or block)    
F9 Update selected fields Switch between a field code and its result Insert an empty field Switch between all field codes and their results Unlink a field Run GOTOBUTTON or MACROBUTTON from the field that displays the field results  
F10 Activate the menu bar Display a shortcut menu Maximize the document window Maximize the program window Activate the ruler    
F11 Go to the next field Go to the previous field Lock a field Display Visual Basic code Unlock a field    
F12 Save As command (File menu) Save command (File menu) Open command (File menu)   Print command (File menu)    

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