Word allows you to modify the Shortcut menus which appear when you right-click on an item within your document. As an example of the process you can follow to make changes, try these steps [Assumes you want to change the Shortcut menu that appears when you right-click on text within your document]:
- Choose Tools > Customize. Make sure the Tool bars tab is selected
- Scroll through the list of tool bars, and select the Shortcut Menus item. A floating Shortcut Menus toolbar appears. The tool bar has three items on it. These items represent the three categories of Shortcut menus used by Word
- Click on Text, then choose Text from the drop-down list. This displays the actual Shortcut menu that appears when you right-click on text within your document
- Within the Customize dialog box, click on the Commands tab
- Using the Categories list, choose the type of item you want to add to the Shortcut menu. This modifies the commands listed in the Commands list
- Drag items from the Commands list to the position where you want them to appear on the Shortcut menu
- To rename an item on the Shortcut menu, right-click on it and specify the name. Similarly, to delete an item on the Shortcut menu, drag the item off the menu
- Repeat steps 5 through 7 to continue modifying the menu
- Close the Shortcut Menus tool bar. Click Close in the Customize dialog box when you are done.
Wasn’t that really easy!