Assign a key shortcut.


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James Silverton

I'm sure that I used to be able to do this but, if so, I've lost the
note. Is there a free program to record a series of keystrokes and
assign them to a single key? I guess I'd better say that I am using W7
Home Premium.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Jake

"James Silverton" said:
I'm sure that I used to be able to do this but, if so, I've lost the
note. Is there a free program to record a series of keystrokes and
assign them to a single key? I guess I'd better say that I am using W7
Home Premium.
http://www.autohotkey.com
 
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Iceman

I'm sure that I used to be able to do this but, if so, I've lost the
note. Is there a free program to record a series of keystrokes and
assign them to a single key? I guess I'd better say that I am using W7
Home Premium.

Thanks in advance.
Although I'm not advocating against free software to perform certain tasks,
it's also a good thing knowing how to do your own scripting.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_files
http://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Batch-File
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/78083-batch-files-create-menu-execute-commands.html
Shorter link: http://tinyurl.com/89jqofl
 
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RJK

James Silverton said:
I'm sure that I used to be able to do this but, if so, I've lost the note.
Is there a free program to record a series of keystrokes and assign them
to a single key? I guess I'd better say that I am using W7 Home Premium.

Thanks in advance.
Assign macro or function to keys on your keyboard
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/237179

regards, Richard
 
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