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I don't use keyboard shortcuts a lot and would like to improve that.

Is there a way to display (like an On Screen Display) a shortcut I could have pressed when selecting a menu item / context menu via mouse so I can try and memorize the shortcut I could have pressed?

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There is something like it for Excel and Word on Windows. – Duijf Sep 20 '11 at 8:03
@Duijf thanks for promoting us. did you test the beta? I am one of the founders and would like to get in touch with you and hear feedback! – Cilvic Sep 20 '11 at 9:55
@Cilvic I did. You can find my contact information on my profile. – Duijf Sep 20 '11 at 10:12

My company Veodin is working on such a shortcut trainer

Right now we support Word and Excel shortcuts for 2007 & 2010 in English and German.

We will expand the supported applications soon.

Currently the product is in closed beta, you can subscribe to the waiting list here

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