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Keyboard Assignment Windows 7

Right Shift for eight secondsTurn Filter Keys on and off
Left Alt+Left Shift+PrtScn (or PrtScn)Turn High Contrast on or off
Left Alt+Left Shift+Num LockTurn Mouse Keys on or off
Shift five timesTurn Sticky Keys on or off
Num Lock for five secondsTurn Toggle Keys on or off
Windows logo key +UOpen the Ease of Access Center
F1Display Help
Ctrl+C or Ctrl+InsertCopy the selected item
Ctrl+XCut the selected item
Ctrl+V or Shift+InsertPaste the selected item
Ctrl+ZUndo an action
Ctrl+YRedo an action
Delete or Ctrl+DDelete the selected item and move it to the Recycle Bin
Shift+DeleteDelete the selected item without moving it to the Recycle Bin first
F2Rename the selected item
Ctrl+Right ArrowMove the cursor to the beginning of the next word
Ctrl+Left ArrowMove the cursor to the beginning of the previous word
Ctrl+Down ArrowMove the cursor to the beginning of the next paragraph
Ctrl+Up ArrowMove the cursor to the beginning of the previous paragraph
Ctrl+Shift with an arrow keySelect a block of text
Shift with any arrow keySelect more than one item in a window or on the desktop, or select text within a document
Ctrl with any arrow key+SpacebarSelect multiple individual items in a window or on the desktop
Ctrl+ASelect all items in a document or window
F3Search for a file or folder
Alt+EnterDisplay properties for the selected item
Alt+F4Close the active item, or exit the active program
Alt+SpacebarOpen the shortcut menu for the active window
Ctrl+F4Close the active document (in programs that allow you to have multiple documents open simultaneously)
Alt+TabSwitch between open items
Ctrl+Alt+TabUse the arrow keys to switch between open items
Ctrl+Mouse scroll wheelChange the size of icons on the desktop
Windows logo key +TabCycle through programs on the taskbar by using Aero Flip 3-D
Ctrl+Windows logo key +TabUse the arrow keys to cycle through programs on the taskbar by using Aero Flip 3-D
Alt+EscCycle through items in the order in which they were opened
F6Cycle through screen elements in a window or on the desktop
F4Display the address bar list in Windows Explorer
Shift+F10Display the shortcut menu for the selected item
Ctrl+EscOpen the Start menu
Alt+underlined letterDisplay the corresponding menu
Alt+underlined letterPerform the menu command (or other underlined command)
F10Activate the menu bar in the active program
Right ArrowOpen the next menu to the right, or open a submenu
Left ArrowOpen the next menu to the left, or close a submenu
F5 or Ctrl+RRefresh the active window
Alt+Up ArrowView the folder one level up in Windows Explorer
EscCancel the current task
Ctrl+Shift+EscOpen Task Manager
Shift when you insert a CDPrevent the CD from automatically playing
Left Alt+ShiftSwitch the input language when multiple input languages are enabled
Ctrl+ShiftSwitch the keyboard layout when multiple keyboard layouts are enabled
Right or Left Ctrl+ShiftChange the reading direction of text in right-to-left reading languages
Ctrl+TabMove forward through tabs
Ctrl+Shift+TabMove back through tabs
TabMove forward through options
Shift+TabMove back through options
Alt+underlined letterPerform the command (or select the option) that goes with that letter
EnterReplaces clicking the mouse for many selected commands
SpacebarSelect or clear the check box if the active option is a check box
Arrow keysSelect a button if the active option is a group of option buttons
F1Display Help
F4Display the items in the active list
BackspaceOpen a folder one level up if a folder is selected in the Save As or Open dialog box
Windows logo keyOpen or close the Start menu.
Windows logo key +PauseDisplay the System Properties dialog box.
Windows logo key +DDisplay the desktop.
Windows logo key +MMinimize all windows.
Windows logo key +Shift+MRestore minimized windows to the desktop.
Windows logo key +EOpen Computer.
Windows logo key +FSearch for a file or folder.
Ctrl+Windows logo key +FSearch for computers (if you're on a network).
Windows logo key +LLock your computer or switch users.
Windows logo key +ROpen the Run dialog box.
Windows logo key +TCycle through programs on the taskbar.
Windows logo key +numberStart the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number. If the program is already running, switch to that program.
Shift+Windows logo key +numberStart a new instance of the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Ctrl+Windows logo key +numberSwitch to the last active window of the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Alt+Windows logo key +numberOpen the Jump List for the program pinned to the taskbar in the position indicated by the number.
Windows logo key +TabCycle through programs on the taskbar by using Aero Flip 3-D.
Ctrl+Windows logo key +TabUse the arrow keys to cycle through programs on the taskbar by using Aero Flip 3-D.
Ctrl+Windows logo key +BSwitch to the program that displayed a message in the notification area.
Windows logo key +SpacebarPreview the desktop.
Windows logo key +Up ArrowMaximize the window.
Windows logo key +Left ArrowMaximize the window to the left side of the screen.
Windows logo key +Right ArrowMaximize the window to the right side of the screen.
Windows logo key +Down ArrowMinimize the window.
Windows logo key +HomeMinimize all but the active window.
Windows logo key +Shift+Up ArrowStretch the window to the top and bottom of the screen.
Windows logo key +Shift+Left Arrow or Right ArrowMove a window from one monitor to another.
Windows logo key +PChoose a presentation display mode.
Windows logo key +GCycle through gadgets.
Windows logo key +UOpen Ease of Access Center.
Windows logo key +XOpen Windows Mobility Center.
Ctrl+NOpen a new window
Ctrl+WClose the current window
Ctrl+Shift+NCreate a new folder
EndDisplay the bottom of the active window
HomeDisplay the top of the active window
F11Maximize or minimize the active window
Ctrl+Period (.)Rotate a picture clockwise
Ctrl+Comma (,)Rotate a picture counter-clockwise
Num Lock+Asterisk (*) on numeric keypadDisplay all subfolders under the selected folder
Num Lock+Plus Sign (+) on numeric keypadDisplay the contents of the selected folder
Num Lock+Minus Sign (-) on numeric keypadCollapse the selected folder
Left ArrowCollapse the current selection (if it's expanded), or select the parent folder
Alt+EnterOpen the Properties dialog box for the selected item
Alt+PDisplay the preview pane
Alt+Left ArrowView the previous folder
BackspaceView the previous folder
Right ArrowDisplay the current selection (if it's collapsed), or select the first subfolder
Alt+Right ArrowView the next folder
Alt+Up ArrowView the parent folder
Ctrl+Shift+EDisplay all folders above the selected folder
Ctrl+Mouse scroll wheelChange the size and appearance of file and folder icons
Alt+DSelect the address bar
Ctrl+ESelect the search box
Ctrl+FSelect the search box
Shift+Click on a taskbar buttonOpen a program or quickly open another instance of a program
Ctrl+Shift+Click on a taskbar buttonOpen a program as an administrator
Shift+Right-click on a taskbar buttonShow the window menu for the program
Shift+Right-click on a grouped taskbar buttonShow the window menu for the group
Ctrl+Click on a grouped taskbar buttonCycle through the windows of the group
Windows logo key + Plus Sign or Minus SignZoom in or out
Ctrl+Alt+SpacebarPreview the desktop in full-screen mode
Ctrl+Alt+FSwitch to full-screen mode
Ctrl+Alt+LSwitch to lens mode
Ctrl+Alt+DSwitch to docked mode
Ctrl+Alt+IInvert colors
Ctrl+Alt+arrow keysPan in the direction of the arrow keys
Ctrl+Alt+RResize the lens
Windows logo key + EscExit Magnifier
Alt+Page UpMove between programs from left to right.
Alt+Page DownMove between programs from right to left.
Alt+InsertCycle through programs in the order that they were started in.
Alt+HomeDisplay the Start menu.
Ctrl+Alt+BreakSwitch between a window and full screen.
Ctrl+Alt+EndDisplay the Windows Security dialog box.
Alt+DeleteDisplay the system menu.
Ctrl+Alt+Minus Sign (-) on the numeric keypadPlace a copy of the active window, within the client, on the Terminal server clipboard (provides the same functionality as pressing Alt+PrtScn on a local computer).
Ctrl+Alt+Plus Sign (+) on the numeric keypadPlace a copy of the entire client window area on the Terminal server clipboard (provides the same functionality as pressing PrtScn on a local computer).
Ctrl+Alt+Right Arrow“Tab” out of the Remote Desktop controls to a control in the host program (for example, a button or a text box). Useful when the Remote Desktop controls are embedded in another (host) program.
Ctrl+Alt+Left Arrow“Tab” out of the Remote Desktop controls to a control in the host program (for example, a button or a text box). Useful when the Remote Desktop controls are embedded in another (host) program.
Ctrl+NCreate a new picture
Ctrl+OOpen an existing picture
Ctrl+SSave changes to a picture
F12Save the picture as a new file
Ctrl+PPrint a picture
Alt+F4Close a picture and its Paint window
Ctrl+ZUndo a change
Ctrl+YRedo a change
Ctrl+ASelect the entire picture
Ctrl+XCut a selection
Ctrl+CCopy a selection to the Clipboard
Ctrl+VPaste a selection from the Clipboard
Right ArrowMove the selection or active shape right by one pixel
Left ArrowMove the selection or active shape left by one pixel
Down ArrowMove the selection or active shape down by one pixel
Up ArrowMove the selection or active shape up by one pixel
EscCancel a selection
DeleteDelete a selection
Ctrl+BBold selected text
Ctrl++Increase the width of a brush, line, or shape outline by one pixel
Ctrl+-Decrease the width of a brush, line, or shape outline by one pixel
Ctrl+IItalicize selected text
Ctrl+UUnderline selected text
Ctrl+EOpen the Properties dialog box
Ctrl+WOpen the Resize and Skew dialog box
Ctrl+Page UpZoom in
Ctrl+Page DownZoom out
F11View a picture in full-screen mode
Ctrl+RShow or hide the ruler
Ctrl+GShow or hide gridlines
F10 or AltDisplay keytips
Shift+F10Show the current shortcut menu
F1Open Paint Help
Ctrl+NCreate a new document
Ctrl+OOpen an existing document
Ctrl+SSave changes to a document
F12Save the document as a new file
Ctrl+PPrint a document
Alt+F4Close WordPad
Ctrl+ZUndo a change
Ctrl+YRedo a change
Ctrl+ASelect the entire document
Ctrl+XCut a selection
Ctrl+CCopy a selection to the Clipboard
Ctrl+VPaste a selection from the Clipboard
Ctrl+BMake selected text bold
Ctrl+IItalicize selected text
Ctrl+UUnderline selected text
Ctrl+=Make selected text subscript
Ctrl+Shift+=Make selected text superscript
Ctrl+LAlign text left
Ctrl+EAlign text center
Ctrl+RAlign text right
Ctrl+JJustify text
Ctrl+1Set single line spacing
Ctrl+2Set double line spacing
Ctrl+5Set line spacing to 1.5
Ctrl+Shift+>Increase the font size
Ctrl+Shift+<Decrease the font size
Ctrl+Shift+AChange characters to all capitals
Ctrl+Shift+LChange the bullet style
Ctrl+DInsert a Microsoft Paint drawing
Ctrl+FFind text in a document
F3Find the next instance of the text in the Find dialog box
Ctrl+HReplace text in a document
Ctrl+Left ArrowMove the cursor one word to the left
Ctrl+Right ArrowMove the cursor one word to the right
Ctrl+Up ArrowMove the cursor to the line above
Ctrl+Down ArrowMove the cursor to the line below
Ctrl+HomeMove to the beginning of the document
Ctrl+EndMove to the end of the document
Ctrl+Page UpMove up one page
Ctrl+Page DownMove down one page
Ctrl+DeleteDelete the next word
F10Display keytips
Shift+F10Show the current shortcut menu
F1Open WordPad Help
Alt+1Switch to Standard mode
Alt+2Switch to Scientific mode
Alt+3Switch to Programmer mode
Alt+4Switch to Statistics mode
Ctrl+EOpen date calculations
Ctrl+HTurn calculation history on or off
Ctrl+UOpen unit conversion
Alt+CCalculate or solve date calculations and worksheets
F1Open Calculator Help
Ctrl+QPress the M- button
Ctrl+PPress the M+ button
Ctrl+MPress the MS button
Ctrl+RPress the MR button
Ctrl+LPress the MC button
%Press the % button
F9Press the +/– button
/Press the / button
*Press the * button
+Press the + button
-Press the – button
RPress the 1/× button
@Press the square root button
0-9Press the number buttons (0-9)
=Press the = button
.Press the . (decimal point) button
BackspacePress the backspace button
EscPress the C button
DelPress the CE button
Ctrl+Shift+DClear the calculation history
F2Edit the calculation history
Up Arrow keyNavigate up in the calculation history
Down Arrow keyNavigate down in the calculation history
EscCancel editing the calculation history
EnterRecalculate the calculation history after editing
F3Select Degrees in Scientific mode
F4Select Radians in Scientific mode
F5Select Grads in Scientific mode
IPress the Inv button in Scientific mode
DPress the Mod button in Scientific mode
Ctrl+SPress the sinh button in Scientific mode
Ctrl+OPress the cosh button in Scientific mode
Ctrl+TPress the tanh button in Scientific mode
(Press the ( button in Scientific mode
)Press the ) button in Scientific mode
NPress the ln button in Scientific mode
;Press the Int button in Scientific mode
SPress the sin button in Scientific mode
OPress the cos button in Scientific mode
TPress the tan button in Scientific mode
MPress the dms button in Scientific mode
PPress the pi button in Scientific mode
VPress the F-E button in Scientific mode
XPress the Exp button in Scientific mode
QPress the x^2 button in Scientific mode
YPress the x^y button in Scientific mode
#Press the x^3 button in Scientific mode
LPress the log button in Scientific mode
!Press the n! button in Scientific mode
Ctrl+YPress the y√x button in Scientific mode
Ctrl+BPress the 3√x button in Scientific mode
Ctrl+GPress the 10x button in Scientific mode
F5Select Hex in Programmer mode
F6Select Dec in Programmer mode
F7Select Oct in Programmer mode
F8Select Bin in Programmer mode
F12Select Qword in Programmer mode
F2Select Dword in Programmer mode
F3Select Word in Programmer mode
F4Select Byte in Programmer mode
KPress the RoR button in Programmer mode
JPress the RoL button in Programmer mode
<Press the Lsh button in Programmer mode
>Press the Rsh button in Programmer mode
%Press the Mod button in Programmer mode
(Press the ( button in Programmer mode
)Press the ) button in Programmer mode
|Press the Or button in Programmer mode
^Press the Xor button in Programmer mode
~Press the Not button in Programmer mode
&Press the And button in Programmer mode
A-FPress the A-F buttons in Programmer mode
SpacebarToggles the bit value in Programmer mode
APress the Average button in Statistics mode
Ctrl+APress the Average Sq button in Statistics mode
SPress the Sum button in Statistics mode
Ctrl+SPress the Sum Sq button in Statistics mode
TPress the S.D. button in Statistics mode
Ctrl+TPress the Inv S.D. button in Statistics mode
DPress the CAD button in Statistics mode
Ctrl+NStart a new note
Ctrl+OOpen a recently used note
Ctrl+SSave changes to a note
Ctrl+Shift+VMove a note to a specific folder
Ctrl+PPrint a note
Alt+F4Close a note and its Journal window
Ctrl+ZUndo a change
Ctrl+YRedo a change
Ctrl+ASelect all items on a page
Ctrl+XCut a selection
Ctrl+CCopy a selection to the Clipboard
Ctrl+VPaste a selection from the Clipboard
EscCancel a selection
DeleteDelete a selection
Ctrl+FStart a basic find
Ctrl+GGo to a page
F5Refresh find results
F5Refresh the note list
F6Toggle between a note list and a note
Ctrl+Shift+CDisplay a shortcut menu for column headings in a note list
F11View a note in full-screen mode
F1Open Journal Help
Alt+CDisplay the Table of Contents
Alt+NDisplay the Connection Settings menu
F10Display the Options menu
Alt+Left ArrowMove back to the previously viewed topic
Alt+Right ArrowMove forward to the next (previously viewed) topic
Alt+ADisplay the customer support page
Alt+HomeDisplay the Help and Support home page
HomeMove to the beginning of a topic
EndMove to the end of a topic
Ctrl+FSearch the current topic
Ctrl+PPrint a topic
F3Move the cursor to the search box
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If you’re tired of the way certain keys on your system work, you can re-map them to function as a different key by using a free utility named SharpKeys. Here’s how it works.

You can actually remap your keys the hard way using a Registry hack like the one we cover for disabling your Caps Lock key. But why use the hard way, when there’s an easier—and free—way. That’s where SharpKeys comes into the picture. It’s a small utility that manages all those Registry keys and values for you, giving you a simple interface for mapping one key to another—or even turning keys off—without you having to bother with the Registry at all. Remapping keys is great for getting your keys working the way you want them. It’s also especially useful if you’re running Windows on your Mac via BootCamp and the Opt / Cmd keys don’t translate correctly to the Windows and Alt keys.

We’ve tested SharpKeys in Windows 10, 8, 7, and Vista, and it works just fine in all of them. Do note, however, that the exact keys available to you for remapping depend on your keyboard. For example, if you’re using a multimedia keyboard with extra volume, mute, and play/pause keys, those should show up in SharpKeys.

Start by downloading the latest version of SharpKeys from their release page. You can download and install it by grabbing the MSI file or as a standalone app in the ZIP file. Either way, go ahead and run SharpKeys when you’re ready.

The main window shows any keys you’ve already mapped. If you’re starting from scratch, you won’t see anything listed. Click the “Add” button to create a new key mapping.

In the key mapping window, you’ll see two lists. The list on the left represents the key whose behavior you want to change—the “from” key. The list on the right is the new behavior you want it to assume—the “to” key. Select the key you want to remap on the left and the key to which you want to remap it on the right, and then click “OK.”

Here, I’m changing the Scroll Lock key—which I never use—to act as my Caps Lock key. After that, I’m going to disable the actual Caps Lock key so I’ll quit hitting it by mistake. But we’ll get to that in a moment

If you find it easier than scrolling through the lists, you can also click the “Type Key” button under either list and then just press the key you want to change.

SharpKeys can also disable a key by mapping it to no action at all. From the list on the left (the “From” key list), choose the key you want to disable. On the right, select the top entry—“Turn Key Off”—and then click “OK.”

Here, I’m turning off that Caps Lock key.

When you’re done remapping keys and you’re back at the main SharpKeys window, click the “Write to Registry” button to confirm your changes.

SharpKeys will let you know to log off or restart your PC for the changes to take effect.

After your PC comes back up, the key remapping should be complete.

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