How do I insert a footnote in Microsoft Word using a keyboard shortcut?
November 30, 2004 7:41 PM   Subscribe

Are their any hidden keystrokes in Microsoft Word? Specifically a key combination that would allow me to easily insert a footnote? Suggestions for both OSX and XP versions appreciated.
posted by mhaw to Computers & Internet (3 answers total)
Alt+Ctrl+F in Windows

In Word 97 you can go to Insert->Customize and click Keyboard to show and change keyboard shortcuts.
posted by donth at 7:57 PM on November 30, 2004

Best answer: Tools/Macro/Macros change the Macros in: to Word Commands and type lis and select ListCommands

I suggest sorting by Modifier and Key, deleting the commands with out keystroke equivalents.

Print and enjoy.
posted by geekyguy at 8:34 PM on November 30, 2004

cmd + option + F in Word X. To find and change keyboard shortcuts in word X, go to options > customize and click the keyboard button on the bottom of the window that'll pop up.
posted by cmyr at 7:59 AM on December 1, 2004

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