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Friday, July 25, 2014

How to access Microsoft Office Shortcuts – Shortcuts that don’t draw Blood and Microsoft Word Alternatives for Windows and Linux OS

Being a blogger, Microsoft Office is my main tool of expression.

Unfortunately, my copy of Microsoft Office 2007 isn’t legal copy, rather a cracked one that I downloaded from the Internet using the technique described in my Geezam blog article entitled “How to Legally Activate installed Microsoft Products – Office 2010’s in the Lost and Found”.

You can download “Microsoft Office 2007” or “Microsoft Office 2010” from Kickasstorrents using the Torrenting instructions as described in my blog article entitled “How to download High Quality Music via torrenting - The Mortal Instruments City of Bones used to get Free Music”. To make it fully functional, you can then crack it with Microsoft Office 2010 Toolkit.

Be warned though; Microsoft Office 2010 can only be properly installed on Windows 7 and 8 and the Microsoft Office 2010 Toolkit doesn’t work in Windows XP. Microsoft has discontinued support for Windows XP since Monday April 28th 2014 as explained in my blog article entitled “Microsoft issues Bug Fix Windows OS including Windows XP - Corporate irresponsibility averted as CERT and DHS Slap on the wrist made a difference”.

Also, sadly, those Americans and other people elsewhere who got suckered into buying Microsoft Office 365 for their Apple iPads as described in my Geezam blog article entitled “Microsoft to introduce Office to Apple iPad on Thursday March 27th 2014” will have to pay for additional features, being as it’s Cloud-based software.

Microsoft Office as my WorkTool – Alternatives that work in Windows as well as Linux OS

I still use Microsoft Office 2007, as it’s compatible with Windows XP and Windows 7. Microsoft Office 2010 is a processor hog, chomping away at the memory and Processing Power of my Dell Lattitude D520 Laptop with its limited 1.73 GHz Intel Celeron Processor complemented by a mere 2 GB or RAM and an 80 GB Hard-Drive.

Being as I'm a blogger, those specs are more than comfortable; I'm writing, NOT designing Animation or playing Video Games, so the excess Computing Muscle isn't needed. That's for my Desktop Computer that sports a 3.6 GHz Dual-Core 4 GB RAM packing a 500 GB SATA Hard-Drive with a super-cooled Internals for more efficient performance.

To become good at blogging isn't hard. Once you’ve got any Laptop with my specs, you just need to gain mastery over Typing on a QWERTY Keyboard, know your Windows shortcuts and know what Blogger Tools you'll need to start as explained in my Geezam blog article entitled “How to use Windows Shortcuts to be a more proficient Writer”.

However, my Laptop also Dual-Boots into Ubuntu OS as per my description in my blog article entitled “How to install Windows, Fedora Linux and Ubuntu Linux on the same Computer - Dual-Booting, Linux Emulation and Virtual Machines”. For people out there who use BOTH Windows as well as a Linux OS, if you don’t want to use WINE (Windows Emulator) or purchase CodeWeaver's CrossOver, there are options to Microsoft Office that you can use that can edit Microsoft Office Documents.

These options to Microsoft Office work in both Linux and Windows as explained in my Geezam blog article entitled “Laptop makers go Chromebooks as Google Chrome’s Office Extension makes it easy to View and Edit Office Documents”. There is also software that can replace functions commonly done by Windows Programs that also work in BOTH Windows as well as a Linux OS as described in my blog article entitled “How to find great Freeware Replacement Software for Default Windows Software”.

How to access Microsoft Office Shortcuts – Shortcuts that don’t draw Blood

If you’re still faithful to Microsoft Office, you may then be asking what about Microsoft Shortcuts? After all, you'll need to get around inside of the program just as efficiently as you do in Windows. Fortunately I've got you covered in this article.

To get a comprehensive listing of Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Office Word, press the F1 function key and then searching for “Keyboard Shortcuts”. In case you happen to not have Microsoft Word, you can view the Carousel of images below.

That’s it! These Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Office Word should make typing in Microsoft Office that much easier and create flow as you set up your blog and publish your masterpieces.
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