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I can't find a way to add a customized keyboard shortcut in OneNote 2010.

In particular, I want to change the default "ALT + =" shortcut, which adds a new equation. (the key combination doesn't work with my layout!)

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"Michael C. Oldenburg [MSFT]

  1. Jan, 2010

Hi Jonathan, keyboard shortcuts have to be carefully implemented so they don’t collide with existing shortucts in other parts of the program (and in other programs). For this reason, they’re generally not user-configurable. However, you can make their commands more accessible by customizing the Ribbon. If you haven’t done this before, you can get an idea about how to do this by looking at these Office 2007 Help articles:

Hope this helps!"

I know it isn't much help but it's somthing!

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Thanks but i already knew it :) – iAsk Jan 6 '11 at 12:53
Michael, sorry but the shortcuts weren't that carefully implemented, they DO COLIIDE, at least in my office 2010, Spanish version. Italics are CTRL K, the same as add hyperlink, so I cant use this last shortcut. – user163641 Oct 7 '12 at 23:56

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