If you like Auto Scroll, put its command on Quick Access Toolbar or Ribbon.
File > Options, and click
Customize Ribbon(or click
Quick Access Toolbar) from the left pane (as shown in above image).
Commands Not in the Ribbonfrom the “Choose commands from” dropdown menu.
Main Tabsfrom the “Customize the Ribbon” dropdown menu.
- Select the
Viewtab in the list of right side (under the Customize the Ribbon menu), click on the
New Groupbutton to create a new group within the tab you selected. Then select the newly created group and click on
Renameto give it a name, such as,
- Select your custom group,
Auto Scroll, in the list on the right side of the screen. Select the
Auto Scrollcommand button from the list on the left side of the screen (under the Choose command from menu).
- Click on the
Addbutton to add the
Auto Scrollcommand to the
- Click OK to confirm the change.
On viewing the
View tab on the ribbon, you will see your new group and command button that you added.
Assign Keyboard Shortcut
You can also make your own keyboard assignments. Choose
File > Options > Customize Ribbon, and then click the
Customize button beside Keyboard shortcuts under the left-hand list. Assign
Alt+P to the
AutoScroll command. To assign keyboard shortcut:
File > Options > Customize Ribbon.
- Click the
Customizebutton to the right of Keyboard shortcuts, below the left list.
- The Customize Keyboard dialog box opens. Choose
All Commandsfrom the
- Click in the
Press new keyboard shortcut keybox, and then press
Alt+P(or any other key combination).
Assign, close the Customize Keyboard dialog box, and click OK to close the Word Options.
If Word prompt to save changes to Normal.dotm template, click Yes to saving this change.