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As in the title: How can Alt-F4 be disabled in Windows 7?

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You should probably closes some of your open questions. Otherwise, update your questions with more detail so that other can help. Majority of the user here like to earn rep or badges for the work they have done to help others. Please reward them. –  SgtOJ Sep 11 '11 at 23:14
    
@SgtOJ: I think you mean "accept" not "close". –  Al E. Sep 12 '11 at 12:38
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No, some are just unacceptable. –  leladax Sep 12 '11 at 12:55

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You can use a simple AutoHotkey script:

# Remaps Alt+F4 to "no action"
!F4::return
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+1: AutoHotkey can even mow your lawn and solve world hunger. –  surfasb Sep 12 '11 at 0:34
    
@surfasb: :) cannot live without it! Currently I'm using it for enhancing CMD.EXE, moving and hiding windows, switching monitors, switching tasks, capturing screens, keyboard logging, .... –  PabloG Sep 12 '11 at 1:29
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AutoHotKeys is good but I workarounded it much more simply with a remapping of the windows key with a small utility called SharpKeys. It can simply map F4 to another key with a very intuitive interface.

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