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Function keysTo do this Press Get Help or visit Microsoft Office Online. F1 Move text or graphics. F2 Repeat the last action. F4 Choose the Go To command (Home tab). F5 Go to the next pane or frame. F6 Choose the Spelling command (Review tab). F7 Extend a selection. F8 Update the selected fields. F9 Show KeyTips. F10 Go to the next field. F11 Choose the Save As command (Microsoft Office Button ). F12
SHIFT+Function keyTo do this Press Start context-sensitive Help or reveal formatting. SHIFT+F1 Copy text. SHIFT+F2 Change the case of letters. SHIFT+F3 Repeat a Find or Go To action. SHIFT+F4 Move to the last change. SHIFT+F5 Go to the previous pane or frame (after pressing F6). SHIFT+F6 Choose the Thesaurus command (Review tab, Proofing group). SHIFT+F7 Shrink a selection. SHIFT+F8 Switch between a field code and its result. SHIFT+F9 Display a shortcut menu. SHIFT+F10 Go to the previous field. SHIFT+F11 Choose the Save command (Microsoft Office Button ). SHIFT+F12
CTRL+Function keyTo do this Press Choose the Print Preview command (Microsoft Office Button ). CTRL+F2 Cut to the Spike. CTRL+F3 Close the window. CTRL+F4 Go to the next window. CTRL+F6 Insert an empty field. CTRL+F9 Maximize the document window. CTRL+F10 Lock a field. CTRL+F11 Choose the Open command (Microsoft Office Button ). CTRL+F12
CTRL+SHIFT+Function keyTo do this Press Insert the contents of the Spike. CTRL+SHIFT+F3 Edit a bookmark. CTRL+SHIFT+F5 Go to the previous window. CTRL+SHIFT+F6 Update linked information in an Office Word 2007 source document. CTRL+SHIFT+F7 Extend a selection or block. CTRL+SHIFT+F8, and then press an arrow key Unlink a field. CTRL+SHIFT+F9 Unlock a field. CTRL+SHIFT+F11 Choose the Print command (Microsoft Office Button ). CTRL+SHIFT+F12
ALT+Function keyTo do this Press Go to the next field. ALT+F1 Create a new Building Block. ALT+F3 Exit Office Word 2007. ALT+F4 Restore the program window size. ALT+F5 Move from an open dialog box back to the document, for dialog boxes such as Find and Replace that support this behavior. ALT+F6 Find the next misspelling or grammatical error. ALT+F7 Run a macro. ALT+F8 Switch between all field codes and their results. ALT+F9 Maximize the program window. ALT+F10 Display Microsoft Visual Basic code. ALT+F11
ALT+SHIFT+Function keyTo do this Press Go to the previous field. ALT+SHIFT+F1 Choose the Save command (Microsoft Office Button ). ALT+SHIFT+F2 Display the Research task pane. ALT+SHIFT+F7 Run GOTOBUTTON or MACROBUTTON from the field that displays the field results. ALT+SHIFT+F9 Display a menu or message for a smart tag. ALT+SHIFT+F10
CTRL+ALT+Function keyTo do this Press Display Microsoft System Information. CTRL+ALT+F1 Choose the Open command (Microsoft Office Button ). CTRL+ALT+F2
You may find it easier to follow the steps if you print this article first. .... Step 4: Remove any remaining 2007 Microsoft Office installation files....Microsoft Office Standard 2007; Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007; Microsoft Office Basic 2007; Microsoft Office Access 2007; Microsoft Office Excel 2007 ... support.microsoft.com/kb/928218
Are you having a problem with this one computer AND only MS Office? For example, if you try to print something from Wordpad or another non-Microsoft office product, do you have the same problem? If so, I would delete that specific printer from your list of printers, reboot then try adding the printer again. It sounds like something is wrong with the way the printer is defined, not something with Office.
Ok, if it's showing up as a installed printer, right click that printer and choose set as default. Then right click it again, and go to properties. Inside properties you should get a button that has test print. Click that one and see if you get it to print a test page. If you can, then all is well, if not, then their is a driver issue.
Sure. Select the Office Logo (the big circle on the top left) and then choose: "Print>" You will be able to select the printer, and then choose: "Current page." Move to the next page, and repeat the process, choosing the preferred printer.