he following table lists the keyboard shortcuts that have changed in Word 2007.

Additionally, the table describes the behavior of the keyboard shortcut in an earlier version of Word and describes the new behavior of the keyboard shortcut in Word 2007. Keyboard shortcut CTRL+SHIFT+F Old behavior New behavior

Selects the Font list on the Formatting toolbar. If Displays the Font dialog box. the Formatting toolbar cannot be seen, CTRL+SHIFT+F displays the Font dialog box.

CTRL+SHIFT+G Displays the Word Count dialog box. If theWord Count toolbar is Displays the Word Count dialog box. displayed, the Word Count Statistics list is selected. CTRL+SHIFT+P Selects the Font Size list on the Formattingtoolbar. If Displays the Font dialog box. the Formatting toolbar cannot be seen, CTRL+SHIFT+P displays the Font dialog box. Selects the Style list on the Formatting toolbar. If Displays the Apply Styles task pane. the Formatting toolbar cannot be seen, CTRL+SHIFT+S displays the Style dialog box. If the AutoText toolbar is displayed and text is selected, ALT+N Triggers the KeyTip that starts displays the Create AutoTextdialog box. Also, an AutoText entry with N on the active tab. name is suggested in the Create AutoText dialog box. Changes the view to Reading Layout. IfReading Layout is active, Displays the Reviewtab. If ALT+R displays theResearch task pane. the Review tab is active, ALT+R displays the Researchtask pane.

CTRL+SHIFT+S

ALT+N

ALT+R

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