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Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.



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Hi thanks for that now able to do what i have wasted hours on thanks again
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F4 might be useful, too.

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Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007

"Jezebel" wrote:

Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.



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Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007

"Jezebel" wrote:

Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.



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Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box, see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command (you'll find it in the All Commands category).

To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.

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"georisk" wrote in message ...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007

"Jezebel" wrote:

Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.



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trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work





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Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box, see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command (you'll find it in the All Commands category).

To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.

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"georisk" wrote in message ...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007

"Jezebel" wrote:

Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.



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trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work





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On Apr 24, 10:21*pm, "Stefan Blom"
wrote:
Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box, see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command (you'll find it in the All Commands category).

To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.

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"georisk" wrote in ...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. *Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007


"Jezebel" wrote:


Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.


"Lindimooz" wrote in message
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trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work


another option if this is to be done in multiple documents is to
highlight the name, go to Auto correct and create an auto correct
entry - something like \n (eg I use \mt for Mi Tasol). Then you dont
have to find the name and use control C / control V all the time

Mi Tasol
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On Apr 24, 10:21*pm, "Stefan Blom"
wrote:
Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box, see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command (you'll find it in the All Commands category).

To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"georisk" wrote in ...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. *Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007


"Jezebel" wrote:


Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.


"Lindimooz" wrote in message
...
trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work


another option if this is to be done in multiple documents is to
highlight the name, go to Auto correct and create an auto correct
entry - something like \n (eg I use \mt for Mi Tasol). Then you dont
have to find the name and use control C / control V all the time

Mi Tasol


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The question in this thread was about repeating the most recent action, which F4
(or Ctrl+Y) does. AutoCorrect would only help if you wanted to insert a
particular piece of text.

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Microsoft Word MVP



"Mi Tasol" wrote in message
...
On Apr 24, 10:21 pm, "Stefan Blom"
wrote:
Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box,
see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command
(you'll find it in the All Commands category).

To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word
Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"georisk" wrote in
...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007


"Jezebel" wrote:


Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.


"Lindimooz" wrote in message
...
trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work


another option if this is to be done in multiple documents is to
highlight the name, go to Auto correct and create an auto correct
entry - something like \n (eg I use \mt for Mi Tasol). Then you dont
have to find the name and use control C / control V all the time

Mi Tasol


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The question in this thread was about repeating the most recent action, which F4
(or Ctrl+Y) does. AutoCorrect would only help if you wanted to insert a
particular piece of text.

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Microsoft Word MVP



"Mi Tasol" wrote in message
...
On Apr 24, 10:21 pm, "Stefan Blom"
wrote:
Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box,
see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command
(you'll find it in the All Commands category).

To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word
Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"georisk" wrote in
...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007


"Jezebel" wrote:


Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.


"Lindimooz" wrote in message
...
trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work


another option if this is to be done in multiple documents is to
highlight the name, go to Auto correct and create an auto correct
entry - something like \n (eg I use \mt for Mi Tasol). Then you dont
have to find the name and use control C / control V all the time

Mi Tasol


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On Apr 27, 6:02*pm, "Stefan Blom"
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The question in this thread was about repeating the most recent action, which F4
(or Ctrl+Y) does. AutoCorrect would only help if you wanted to insert a
particular piece of text.

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Microsoft Word MVP

"Mi Tasol" wrote in message

...
On Apr 24, 10:21 pm, "Stefan Blom"



wrote:
Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box,
see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command
(you'll find it in the All Commands category).


To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word
Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"georisk" wrote in
...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007


"Jezebel" wrote:


Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.


"Lindimooz" wrote in message
...
trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work


another option if this is to be done in multiple documents is to
highlight the name, go to Auto correct and create an auto correct
entry - something like \n (eg I use \mt for Mi Tasol). *Then you dont
have to find the name and use control C / control V all the time

Mi Tasol


Sorry I though question was want to repeat name many times on page
which is what thread header shows

Mi Tasol
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On Apr 27, 6:02*pm, "Stefan Blom"
wrote:
The question in this thread was about repeating the most recent action, which F4
(or Ctrl+Y) does. AutoCorrect would only help if you wanted to insert a
particular piece of text.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"Mi Tasol" wrote in message

...
On Apr 24, 10:21 pm, "Stefan Blom"



wrote:
Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box,
see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command
(you'll find it in the All Commands category).


To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word
Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"georisk" wrote in
...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in 2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007


"Jezebel" wrote:


Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.


"Lindimooz" wrote in message
...
trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work


another option if this is to be done in multiple documents is to
highlight the name, go to Auto correct and create an auto correct
entry - something like \n (eg I use \mt for Mi Tasol). *Then you dont
have to find the name and use control C / control V all the time

Mi Tasol


Sorry I though question was want to repeat name many times on page
which is what thread header shows

Mi Tasol
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That was the *original* question, yes, but the recent question was a bit
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"Mi Tasol" wrote in message
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On Apr 27, 6:02 pm, "Stefan Blom"
wrote:
The question in this thread was about repeating the most recent action, which
F4
(or Ctrl+Y) does. AutoCorrect would only help if you wanted to insert a
particular piece of text.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"Mi Tasol" wrote in message

...
On Apr 24, 10:21 pm, "Stefan Blom"



wrote:
Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box,
see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command
(you'll find it in the All Commands category).


To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word
Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"georisk" wrote in
...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in
2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007


"Jezebel" wrote:


Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.


"Lindimooz" wrote in message
...
trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work


another option if this is to be done in multiple documents is to
highlight the name, go to Auto correct and create an auto correct
entry - something like \n (eg I use \mt for Mi Tasol). Then you dont
have to find the name and use control C / control V all the time

Mi Tasol


Sorry I though question was want to repeat name many times on page
which is what thread header shows

Mi Tasol


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That was the *original* question, yes, but the recent question was a bit
different. :-)

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"Mi Tasol" wrote in message
...
On Apr 27, 6:02 pm, "Stefan Blom"
wrote:
The question in this thread was about repeating the most recent action, which
F4
(or Ctrl+Y) does. AutoCorrect would only help if you wanted to insert a
particular piece of text.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"Mi Tasol" wrote in message

...
On Apr 24, 10:21 pm, "Stefan Blom"



wrote:
Ctrl+Y should work even in Word 2007. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box,
see which commands are currently assigned to the EditRedoOrRepeat command
(you'll find it in the All Commands category).


To display the dialog box: Click the Office button and then click Word
Options. In the Customize category, click the Customize button.


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"georisk" wrote in
...
Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action* in 2003. Does not appear to do it in
2007.
Driving me nutso. What is the new hotkey for repeaty your last *action* in
2007


"Jezebel" wrote:


Ctrl-Y repeats your last *action*. If you are trying to paste some text
repeatedly, copy it then use ctrl-V.


"Lindimooz" wrote in message
...
trying to repeat text cant get ctrl+y to work


another option if this is to be done in multiple documents is to
highlight the name, go to Auto correct and create an auto correct
entry - something like \n (eg I use \mt for Mi Tasol). Then you dont
have to find the name and use control C / control V all the time

Mi Tasol


Sorry I though question was want to repeat name many times on page
which is what thread header shows

Mi Tasol


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