Yes. To access menus without the mouse, hit the alt key, and then the underlined letter in the menu title. For example, to open the File menu, hit alt F. To navigate both between and within menus, press the underlined letter or use the arrow keys and press Enter to select the option you want. To get out of your menus and into your main document, press escape twice. The right-click button on your keyboard -- the button with a graphic of a rectangle with horizontal lines and a pointer -- will, if pressed, offer you the relevant menu of choices for the area in which you're working. In addition, there are a number of shortcut keys that allow you to use the keyboard to execute commands.To familiarize yourself with these, look in each menu list. They are listed beside the command relevant to them. Many of these are standard shortcuts, interchangable between Microsoft programs. For example, control X (holding down the control key and pressing x) cuts copy. You can also design shortcut keys for yourself. To create your own shortcuts in Word (XP and above), click on the Tools menu, then Customize. On this dialog box, find the button marked keyboard. This will open up a list of all the various aspects of Word that can be customized, along with the commands that match the category. Once you match your category to a desired command, any current shortcut for that sequence will appear below. Beside it will be a box for the new shortcut key. The shortcut key will usually need to include one of the modifier keys (control, alt, shift) and another one or two keys. Press the combination you want to assign it to the task you've chosen. If that combination is already linked to another shortcut, the shortcut will appear below. Choose another one or replace the shortcut with your desired one. Hit Assign and then close this dialog box and the one nested below it to set your shortcut.