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I wouldn't use AutoHotKey for such task, bur rather rely on the built-in Scan Code Mapper feature which has been available since Windows 2000. This way you can fully disable the Win keys, as well as prevent the Secure Attention Sequence (SAS) (that is, Ctrl+Alt+Del) by disabling e.g the Alt keys. The registry value is called Scancode Map and is located at: ...
I don't have a keyboard shortcut but a workaround - zoom out the page so you can see all your objects, and then select Home > Editing > Select > Select Objects (i.e. Alt-H SL O). Then you can select all objects by selecting an area with the mouse.
This doesn't seem to be possible. In Windows NT (which doesn't include Windows (1/2/3).x, 9x or ME, but does include Windows 2000, XP, and all versions since then), the security dialog seems to have always been the default behavior of Ctrl+Alt+Del; XP was the only NT operating system where it was even possible for it to launch the task manager directly (and ...
Using 'gj' and 'gk' instead of just 'j' and 'k' allows moving down and up by screen lines instead of file lines. Here are a few nifty mappings for that: http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/Moving_by_screen_lines_instead_of_file_lines
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