Microsoft KB Archive/37462

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Restoring Menus, Key Combinations, Preferences

PSS ID Number: Q37462 Article last modified on 03-07-1997

====================================================================== 4.00 MACINTOSH kbusage

The information in this article applies to:
- Microsoft Word for the Macintosh, version 4.0


The Reset button in the Commands dialog box allows you to change the menu and key combinations back to the settings that were in effect when you opened or last saved the current configuration. Other items stored in the configuration file (for example, preferences, default style sheet, etc.) are also reverted at this time.

Used with the SHIFT or OPTION key, Reset changes menus and key assignments to the following configurations:

  1. SHIFT+Reset restores the original Word menu and keyboard configuration as set by Microsoft for full menus.
  2. OPTION+Reset adds all Word commands to the default menus. Word adds the commands to the default menus according to the functions of the commands.

If you are adding many commands to menus, you may want to add all commands to the menus (OPTION+Reset) and then remove commands you don’t need.

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