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OfficeOne Shortcut Manager 4: The Indezine Review

Microsoft Office applications allow plenty of customization for toolbars and menus — and finally in Office 2010, you can even customize the Ribbon tabs. However as far as customization of keyboard shortcuts is concerned, these options are limited (or non-existent) in comparison. Our review product addresses that glaring omission and plugs seamlessly right into PowerPoint — it works on all Windows versions of PowerPoint right from versions 2000 to 2010.

Read the Indezine review of OfficeOne Shortcut Manager 4.

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