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I use computers where I don't have access to the control panel to add/change keyboard layouts, but would like to use the Dvorak layout on these computers.

Is there some software that will remap the keystrokes to the appropriate dvorak ones?

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So you have rights to install software but not get to the keymapping in the control panel? Odd security. – EBGreen Dec 5 '11 at 17:57
    
Yes, most software will install just fine, it will be reset at next boot, though (Clean Slate). So I guess some program that would just change that registry setting for keyboard layout would also work. Interesting thought. – penguinrob Dec 5 '11 at 23:11

I found this AutoHotKey script, which I just compiled into a handy little 202 KB .exe file - http://www.autohotkey.com/forum/topic27474.html Works like a charm, and completely portable!

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