Can I use keyboard shortcuts in the Word 2013 spell checker?
I've always used keyboard combinations such as Alt+G (ignore), Alt+A (add to dictionary) etc. in the spell checker from previous versions of Word.
I've now upgraded to Word 2013 and find that the spell checker has been shifted into a task pane of its own. I can invoke a spell check with F7, as I always have in the past. But from that point on, I seem to have to use the mouse to work with the spell checker.
(Certain letters on the spell checker buttons are underlined, implying that a keyboard shortcut is available, but Alt+letter doesn't work - if I'm lucky I'll get an error "ping" but that's all.)
I don't like having to use the mouse to work the spell checker, as it means a lot more eye travel around the screen. Can anyone explain to me how to use keyboard shortcuts with it?
Thanks in advance!
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