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I'm trying to delete the AltGR + E shortcut for making a euro-sign via remapping in the registry in Windows.

I have found out that remapping in the registry is possible by searching some Stack overflow questions and found out that there is a Windows topic about the same issue. But I do not have the skills to code it myself :(

Has anybody tried something like this? or have a solution for doing this in the registry?

I'm on a Danish qwerty-keyboard on Windows 7. AltGR is the right alt-key on a danish keyboard.


Edit 19/07/13:

This is the KBDDA.dll file on my computer in the windows/system32-folder. It controls my Danish keyboard layout.

It has the following code:

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What do I delete/change to get the AltGR + E shortcut to disappear?

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You should check this guide:

Remapping the Keyboard Layout in Windows XP, Vista, and 7

http://vlaurie.com/computers2/Articles/remap-keyboard.htm

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Thank you for the answer! I have yet to find a way to do this manually, so if anyone have the answer please reply! –  Anders Holm Jul 17 '13 at 21:07
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