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Logitech Keyboard Shortcut Office Programmes


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Hope someone can help.

I'm using a UK logitech K120 keyboard with my US macbook pro.


I have microsoft office for mac 2011 installed and can't find a keyboard shortcut for toggling between numerous open emails/spreadsheets/word documents etc.

I mean if I'm already in outlook and I want to toggle between calendar, an open email and my inbox, rather than flicking between outlook and word, for example.

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The normal toggle shortcut is Command + Tab and should work the same on the Logitech UK keyboard as it does on the US keyboard built in to your MBP. You didn't say if the Logitech keyboard was a Mac or Windows model? If it's a Windows model, use the Windows Key instead of Command. (Windows key + Tab)
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Thanks for your help.

It's windows within the same programme I'm looking to toggle between i.e. between three different word documents within word or x number of spreadsheets within excel.

It's a PC keyboard.
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