Re: Winword documentation

Subject: Re: Winword documentation
From: Ruess Kevin <Ruess -dot- Kevin -at- PBGC -dot- GOV>
Date: Thu, 12 Dec 1996 14:08:35 -0500

Another great but little known feature in Winword is the <F4> key. I honed my DTP skills using Viewpoint on a Xerox 6085, and I really missed the <AGAIN> key when I moved to PCs. I eventually found it in Word (WordPerfect does not seem to have it, at least not up to WP6). <F4> will (almost always) repeat the entire sequence of actions between the two previous mouse clicks. <CTRL+Y> does the same thing. This can save you LOTS of time when
you need to apply special formatting changes or insert text/graphics throughout a document, especially if you're cleaning up a document that was
not put together using styles. One caveat: it's messy in macros -- don't bother.

These "undocumented features" are available through the Winword Help Menu.
Just search for "shortcut" and browse a bit.

I also recommend http://tinker.winsite.com/win3/winword/ for all Winword users-- I think it's been mentioned on the list recently.
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