In an average day, there’s a good chance you use Command+C and Command+V to copy and paste items in your documents. These and similar shortcuts make creating and organizing papers much easier and more efficient, as well as streamlining your daily computer tasks into a few quick clicks. But what if there’s no set shortcut for the action you use most often?
It’s simple to make your own keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Word.
Go to File > Options > Customize Ribbon.
On the Customize Ribbon screen, click the Customize the ribbon and keyboard shortcuts tab, and select Customize. From there, you can see your currently assigned shortcuts. To make a new one, simply select the command you want to shortcut, and enter one that’s easy to remember.