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Mac OS X has its own keyboard shortcuts in addition to Word’s keyboard shortcuts. When you press a key or a key combination, Mac OS X searches first to see whether a task is assigned to that shortcut in Mac OS X system preferences. If you want to use a particular keyboard shortcut in Word, you have to check to make sure that your desired shortcut isn’t already assigned to do something else by Mac OS X.

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Showing keyboard shortcuts

Apple has a lot of nice keyboard shortcuts already defined for Mac OS X, and you can easily get a complete list of them:

  1. In Finder (the Desktop), choose Help→Mac Help.

  2. In the Ask a Question search box, type shortcuts and then press Return or Enter.

    Help responds with a list of relevant topics.

Likewise, Word also has a generous assortment of keyboard shortcuts right from the start. The shortcuts in Word are available by searching Word’s Help for Keyboard Shortcuts. You can set up Word so that it automatically displays keyboard shortcuts in menus and toolbar ScreenTips:

  1. In Word, choose View→Toolbars→Customize Toolbars and Menus from the menu bar.

  2. On the Toolbars and Menus tab of the resultant dialog, select the Show Shortcut Keys in Screen Tips check box.

  3. Click OK.

Making your own shortcuts

You can assign keyboard shortcuts to Word commands and change the ones that Microsoft assigned. Word doesn’t force you to stick with the default shortcuts. You can assign and reassign shortcuts as you wish. To access the Customize Keyboard dialog and set a keyboard shortcut, take these steps:

  1. Choose Tools→Customize Keyboard.

  2. In the Categories list, select a category, and in the Command list, choose a command.

  3. To assign (or reassign) a keyboard shortcut for the selected command, type in a customized keyboard shortcut combination for the selected command and then click the Assign button.

  4. Click OK twice.

Save a document with one or more custom shortcuts as a template so that when you open that template, the keyboard shortcuts you customized apply only to the documents created from that template.

So, you have a new Mac with OSX and you’re excited to use it. But, you don’t have Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 installed on the new computer. You can find the installation disk, but how do you move the license? Believe it or not, it is actually possible to transfer Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac’s license from one machine to another – and it’s just a matter of copying a few files. So far this process has worked on every computer I have tested it on, please let me know (in the comments) if this works for you too. I’ll take you through the dead simple step-by-step process of how to do this.

Briefly: With this process, you’ll be able to effectively transfer a valid, activated license from one OS X computer to another.
Update: It appears as though .lockfiles mentioned are purely optional. If you don’t have one (as shown in the photo below), there is no need to worry. This process works the same.
Update: Also, some of these folders are hidden, to shown them in finder on MacOS Sierra and above, use the key combination of CMD + SHIFT + .

I should note too, these files and folders are named in very similar ways. It’s easy to get tripped up. Take this process slow, move through each file one at a time, not missing anything.

On the OLD Mac:

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1. Click on the desktop or make sure your Mac menu is on “Finder”

2. On the Go menu, click Computer
Double-click your hard disk icon. The default name will be Macintosh HD
Open Library, and then open LaunchDaemons.
Drag com.microsoft.office.licensing.helper.plist to an external hard disk or USB key

3. On the Go menu, click Computer.
Double-click your hard disk icon. The default name will be Macintosh HD
Open Library, and then open PrivilegedHelperTools.
Drag com.microsoft.office.licensing.helper to an external hard disk or USB key

4. On the Go menu, click Computer
Double-click your hard disk icon. The default name will be Macintosh HD
Open Library, and then open Preferences
Drag com.microsoft.office.licensing.plist to an external hard disk or USB key

On the NEW Mac:

1. Install your copy of Office 2011 on the new Mac computer
2. Click on the desktop or make sure your Mac menu is on “Finder”

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3. On the Go menu, click Computer
Double-click your hard disk icon. The default name will be Macintosh HD
Open Library, and then open LaunchDaemons
Drag com.microsoft.office.licensing.helper.plist from an external hard disk or USB key. If the file exists, replace it.

4. On the Go menu, click Computer
Double-click your hard disk icon. The default name will be Macintosh HD
Open Library, and then open PrivilegedHelperTools
Drag com.microsoft.office.licensing.helper from an external hard disk or USB key. If the file exists, replace it.

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5. On the Go menu, click Computer
Double-click your hard disk icon. The default name will be Macintosh HD
Open Library, and then open Preferences
Drag com.microsoft.office.licensing.plist from an external hard disk or USB key. If the file exists, replace it.

You are done. Run Microsoft Office and Enjoy!
Be sure to uninstall your copy of Office 2011 off the old computer and keep the above files available in case you need to reinstall Office 2011 Mac again. If this process doesn’t work, you’re likely going to have to call Microsoft Support.

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