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ctrl+k will focus on the search bar after the word.

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You can't. I can recommend the free Quick Tweaks add-in developed by my company. After installing Quicks, just set the "Default zoom for message windows" to 150% and forget it.

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Depending on your operating system, "Ctrl + Alt + Home" will bring you back to your local machine, you can then "Alt + Tab" or use "Winkey + T" and select from your taskbar (you can obviously rearrange your taskbar to have the most frequently used icons at the left just by click and dragging them, or put them at the far right and use the left arrow to go ...

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Step-by-step instructions on how to do this on this page: https://support.office.com/en-nz/article/Create-a-custom-keyboard-shortcut-for-Office-2016-for-Mac-6bbeb90e-96d9-4e03-b199-fc026ebdc321 I followed these instructions to get FIND back (Cmd-F instead of Shift-Ctrl-F) and it worked perfect. I did have to quit and restart Excel. Key steps from the ...

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I solved it. Just as soon as I posted the most recent edit, I remembered that I plugged the keyboard into a USB port tagged with HOTKEY, which is a special port which allows me to boot my computer via my keyboard and some other silly things. Just to see if that could possibly have anything to do with it, I put my keyboard into another USB and that solved ...

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A solution with bat instead of python: go to "configuration/Misc/redefine hotkeys" chose a free key combination press the magnifying glass button press the new button to define a new user command in the command write: cmd /c echo in the parameters: %P | clip click on "OK" twice, then press the green checkbox

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Your question is not quite clear but what I understand is that you want to change the keyboard shortcut from Alt + Shift to Win + Space. I hope this link helps: https://support.office.com/en-au/article/Customize-keyboard-shortcuts-9a92343e-a781-4d5a-92f1-0f32e3ba5b4d

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Does a known good keyboard work? I had a similar issue and something weird was up with the keyboard I normally used. Have you attempted to reset NVRAM? ( CMD +OPT +P+R on startup. Let the Mac chime twice)

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Win+Tab was introduced in Vista. It's mostly just eye-candy, but order of windows may be different than with Alt+Tab if you have many windows open. Win+Tab was then removed in Windows 8, and in Windows 10 completely different feature is bound to this shortcut. Pressing Win+Tab in Windows 10 shows all windows on every screen in a grid, letting you pick one ...

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That is pretty much it to be honest, there are ways within windows for you to be able to change what the hot keys do. But the default is what you are experiencing. Some people find they prefer the windows key + tab (I do prefer it to alt+tab)

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Try !^Right:: send {LWin down}{LCtrl down}{Right}{LWin up}{LCtrl up} or !^Right:: sendevent {LWin down}{LCtrl down}{Right down}{LWin up}{LCtrl up}{Left up}

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You can use Tab to move the selection from field to field, and links in the message body of the preview area count as fields it will stop at. Once it's highlighted hit Enter to activate the URL. This is a standard keyboard navigation method for Windows. :)

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Apart from @m4573r answer, you can type  and ~ by just push and hold the key for longer than 1 second. it will appear like this ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  now you got the these characters :0

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I found a way, it is with Notepad++ ( "reload from disk " ) : enter image description here

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There is one additional step to do for Firefox web browser. How to click a matching link In Firefox web browser, press Ctrl+F show the Find toolbar at bottom of its window (also accessible from menu bar: Edit > Find). Type a keyword to find on existing page, then the matching keyword will be highlighted Close the toolbar by pressing Esc key (The ...

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create a shortcut inside run shutdown /l then set to shortcut key to WIN+ALT+L done

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The answer is based on @Ynhockey comment: This could be done using Keyconfig extension. Once Keyconfig couldn't be installed with standard Extension Manager, follow this instruction: Download and save the extension file to your hard disk. In Mozilla Thunderbird, open Add-ons from the Tools menu. From the options button next to the add-on search field, ...

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I fixed with this guide, It works, the screen suddenly goes black, when this happens don't panic, is normal, just wait and will go back seconds later. when restart it changes the screen resolution to 1024x768, if this is your resolution don't care, if isn't, don't use this method... ...

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It is possible that you have sticky keys on. Pressing shift 5 times turns it on. Uncheck the setting on this page.

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Ctrl+Alt+Home worked for me. I am using Windows 10 host with teamviewer to Windows 8 machine which has a terminal server running. I was able to pin the terminal server connection bar.

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In the mostly Cisco IOS the default way to break a telnet command is: CTRL + Shift + 6 and then X. Packet Tracer is a Simulation Tool to practice and learn in some netacad courses as CCNA and there are a tons of unsupported features and bugs in all packet tracer versions and as the mostly closed sourced programs there are not an open bug tracker or ...

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In short: Alt+0 folds (collapses) all Blocks Alt+1 folds all Level 1 Alt+2 folds all Level 2 Alt+x etc. and Alt+Shift+0 Unfolds all Alt+Shift+1 Unfolds Level 1 Alt+Shift+2 Unfolds Level 2 Alt+Shift+3 Unfolds Level 3 Alt+Shift+x etc. And yes, bzlm, in the ShortCut Mapper, in the Menu 'Settings', the command Alt+3 is ...

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Nov 2015 Openoffice Writer 4.1.2 "IN THEORY" you can create custom keyboard shortcuts as suggested above, but they don't work, certainly not like MS-Word. (a number of reasons have been suggested as to why, but that's irrelevant) HOWEVER, you can customize the FORMATTING TOOLBAR, and put the Increase/Reduce Font Size buttons on the toolbar, which is what I ...

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The shorcut key to run sql query in Access is F10, R then G. In this manner you can run your sql query in Access.

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Logitech K360 wireless keyboard (and possibly others) use FN+PgDn for scroll lock.

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File / Options / Customize Ribbon / Keyboard shortcuts [Customise button] / Specify a command window: Specify a command window: choose [all commands] Commands: choose EquationInsert (NOT InsertEquation, this really matters!) Press new shortcut key: press any you want Apply

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I have Intel HD Graphics. Hotkeys in it was already disabled, but problem still was not solved. I killed the igfxHK.exe process and restarted PS - problem solved. To keep igfxHK from running, go to C:\Windows\System32 and rename igfxHK.exe to igfxHK_.exe. Edit: These steps do not solve the problem completely. It seems after a while the error is resumed. ...

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In Windows 10: Start > Settings > Time & Language > Region & Language > Additional date, time and regional settings > Change input method > Advanced settings > Change language bar hot keys > Change Key Sequence

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I use less 458 on OS X 10.8.5 and could reproduce your problem. -k filename or --lesskey-file=filename don't seem to work with the #env section. I suggest you use the default paths or variables and file a bug at the developer's website where a problem related also to this option and section was already reported and fixed, see reference 141.

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You should try installing the Lenovo Energy Management Even if this is for Windows 8 it should work in Windows 10.

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cmd + 9 would go to the last tab on Mac OSX (Tested on iTerm2 Build 2.1.4) (Maybe someone can try out the windows version?)

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I did an inplace upgrade directly from Windows 7 to 10 and struggled with using the Windows+CTRL+Arrow keys to switch between desktops as they would just not work. However the solution was simple in my case - Use the single Function keys (F1, F2, F3 etc) to easily switch between Virtual desktops. Now I don't know if this is specific to my HP laptop or part ...

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This is probably only relevant in a few cases, but I'll still write it. It did help me. It's a three-step method that can be performed without leaving the keyboard. Both in OneNote 2013 and Word 2013, the equation mode can be started with <ALT> + =. In there, you can write arrows with a code word like \rightarrow, \leftarrow or \uparrow. Pressing ...

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This turns off the Windows built in Win+S shortcut (removing it from Cortana), additionally a value of "SR" for instance would also disable Win+R (run). [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced] "DisabledHotkeys"="S" After setting this registry key restart Windows and Win+S will work for OneNote again. I'm not ...

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I was unsuccessful in finding some hidden option in Windows itself, but I got luck in 3rd party software area. I wrote (sadly not totally universal) script for forceful minimization of all windows - reimplementation of WIN+D. It is a script in AutoHotKey activated via CTRL+ALT+D. ignored variable holds names of processes which the script should skip. ...

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Do you mean other than holding Alt, and typing 0163 on the numpad, and then releasing Alt? That is likely the most commonly supported method on a typical US keyboard. (Just tested, even within this web browser visiting SuperUser, on Win7.)

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I've just tried it, and it still has an animation when you press Windows + PrntScr. It makes a small fade for a second, and the screenshot appears in Pictures\Screenshots. Check if the screenshots are being saved, because if not, there might be a problem with your keyboard.

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I can't figure out what the shortcut for "Match Case" when using the Find function. Use alt+c to toggle "Match Case". This is shown by the underline on the c of "Match Case":

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I found a chrome extension, Shortcut Manager that allowed me to create new shortcuts to re-map the tab shortcuts (and it can do a lot more).

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Per the comments in this article, you can use Shift + Windows Key + S to do this.

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This autohotkey script I wrote seems to work: #IfWinActive ahk_class wndclass_desked_gsk ^y:: Send {escape} Send !e; Send r Send {escape} Send {escape} return #IfWinActive

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To auto run CMD as admin each time it is simply clicked (without having to right-click or create additional shortcuts), there is an easy fix for this: In the registry editor, navigate to "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\AppCompatFlags\Layers" (If there isn't a Layers folder, you'll have to create one*) Right click Layers, ...

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From here: reg add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\SynTP\Parameters\Debug /v DumpKernel /d 00000000 /t REG_DWORD /f Then reboot the computer.

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This is a Community Wiki answer, feel free to add your own research. I couldn't find any documentation on how the "best match" feature works. In fact, I didn't even find an official announcement of the feature from Microsoft. Judging from this post on Microsoft-News.com, the feature was automatically released sometime before September 4, 2015. In my ...

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Try the following: OS X Lion: FN + → and FN + ← OS X Mavericks: Ctrl + Option + ↑ and Ctrl + Option + ↓

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Hitting Esc takes me back to the text. If it doesn't work for you, please give more details as to what you have enabled in your copy of Word so that it can be replicated.

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The following will allow you to create a persistent hotkey that will open a new CMD window every time you press it. As another user noted, one of the other answers allows you to create one new CMD window with the hotkey, but subsequent presses just bring that window into focus instead of creating additional windows. Ensure Shortcut Hotkeys Persist In ...

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Well the second best thing is this: 1) Hit "WinKey + R" to launch the run-software (or whatever it is called) 2) Type "cmd" into the run command-line. Then hit "enter" This will launch the command prompt. Whatever was your last launch-command will be saved there. In this scenario, you've only ever typed in "cmd". Next time you only have to hit "WinKey + ...

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I used the application Borek suggested in a comment... the Windows Hotkey Explorer which you can download from hkcmdr.anymania.com. That revealed that the shortcut was being hijacked by an Intel program called igfxHK.exe. It's a graphics program or something, but it has a bug that makes it so that whether you tell it to enable hot keys or disable them, it ...

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The website is using javascript to watch for specific key combinations. You could create a user script using the TamperMonkey addon to intercept their interception and cancel it. Somebody asked a similar question and the answer provided an example user script to accomplish this. Their example uses GreaseMonkey in firefox but Tampermonkey should serve the ...

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