Meg 27 May 2009 So, as the typical person who only ever posts once, I have a problem: Every time I try to "select all" in a microsoft word 2003 document, nothing happens. I can, of course, go up to "edit" and find the "select all Ctrl+A" button, and then it does what it should (you know, selects the whole document). First I thought it was my keyboard, but I can use "Ctrl+A" on any other application, like explorer, Microsoft Exel, paint, photoshop, ect., just not in word. If this clarifies things: It is not the "select all" command that does not work, but the keyboard shortcut command, which goes unanswered. I did fiddle around with my shortcuts one night with the "symbol" inserts, but the "select all" button in edit still bears the "Ctrl+A" as its shortcut (so I find: "Edit" > "Select All Ctrl+A"), so I don't think I changed that shortcut, because I expect (maybe wrongly) that the shortcut command displayed next to "select all" would have disappeared or otherwise changed to the one that works. I even went, very laboriously, through all of the symbols in the "symbol" window to see if one now had "Ctrl+A" as its new shortcut command, but I found nothing. How do you view and/or edit all of the shortcut keys for Word 2003 anyway? Does anyone know if and/or how I can fix this problem? I don't want to absorb any of you experts' time by saying its an urgent problem. I can live without one my keyboard shortcuts...I guess. Thanks for your time. You guys are awesome... just for reading this.