Software & Apps MS Office How to List All the Commands Available in Word Microsoft Word includes an exhaustive list of all commands by James Marshall Writer James Marshall is a pro journalist who covers technology and computer troubleshooting. He is also skilled with Microsoft Word, Apple Pages, and other word processors. our editorial process James Marshall Updated on September 25, 2020 Mikayla Mallek / Unsplash MS Office Word Excel Powerpoint Outlook Tweet Share Email Microsoft includes a macro in Word that displays a list of all the software's available commands, the location of these commands, and the associated shortcut key. If you want to know Word top to bottom and become a Word guru, these commands will help. Instructions in this article apply to Word for Microsoft 365, Word 2019, Word 2016, Word 2013, and Word 2010. Display a List of All Word Commands To show all possible commands: Select the View tab. In the Macros group, choose Macros. Select View Macros. Select the Macros in drop-down arrow, then choose Word commands. In the Macro name list, select ListCommands. The menu is in alphabetical order. Select Run. In the List Commands dialog box, select Current menu and keyboard settings for an abbreviated list or All Word commands for an exhaustive list. Select OK. The list of Microsoft Word commands appears in a new document. Either print the document or save it for future reference. The command lists are long. The abbreviated list runs seven pages in Microsoft 365, while the complete list is longer. The list includes all the keyboard shortcuts that work in Microsoft Word.