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www.techwalla.com/articles/how-to-program-computer-keyboard-keys

You can program your computer keyboard keys to execute certain tasks, such as opening a specific application. This process is known as creating a keyboard shortcut. A keyboard shortcut is simply a combination of keys that, when typed together, perform a task that normally requires the use of a computer mouse to execute.

support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/237179

, type keyboard in the Start Search box, and then click Keyboard (or Microsoft Keyboard) in the Programs list. In Windows XP and earlier versions of Windows, click Start, click Run, type Control keyboard, and then click OK. On the Key Settings tab, select the key that you want to change. To change the command or the program assignment, click ...

www.techsupportalert.com/content/re-program-your-windows-keyboard-keys-simple...

The installer is only a 0.3 MB download, and runs on Windows 2000 and above. When you run it, you'll see a map of the keyboard. With a few clicks you can change one or more key assignments. For example, if your Alt key is broken on your laptop, and you never use Caps Lock, just re-program Caps Lock to be another Alt key.

forums.tomshardware.com/threads/can-i-program-specific-keys-on-my-keyboard-to...

@op what you first need to tell us is if steam party chat or skype have keyboard key shortcuts for doing the commands you want. if they do have commands then it is possible to do this rather simply. you can download and run a program called autohotkey and create macros for the arrow keys corresponding to the particular key combination the shortcut keys in skype or steam party chat uses.

www.hardwaresecrets.com/programming-your-keyboard

Programming a new shortcut key is piece of cake. Just click the Add box and, on the screen that will appear next, enter the command line that calls the program in the Command box.

www.wikihow.com/Use-a-Keyboard-to-Click-Instead-of-a-Mouse

Use the arrow keys and the ↵ Enter key. If you just need to select a program or a file on your desktop, you can use the arrow keys to select the item and then press ↵ Enter to open it. Pressing a letter on your keyboard will prompt the selection to jump to the next item with a name that begins with that letter.

www.techzac.com/disable-key-keyboard-windows-10

Follow the tutorial to disable a key on any keyboard. How to Disable Keys on Keyboard in Windows 10. There is a tiny program named Simple Disable Key allows you to disable keys on your computer keyboard. Before going ahead, download Simple Disable Key and install it on your computer.

www.tenforums.com/customization/94126-how-do-i-program-keyboard-key-print-my...

I see you're using a HP laptop....HP (with desktops) used to have keyboards that had special keyboard keys to do just that. I had one that had these functions....it had an internet key, mail key, music key and a few others. I've not seen a laptop that had these functions. The only other keyboards ...

lifehacker.com/put-your-keyboards-unused-keys-to-use-by-turning-them-5912291

A lot of those keys may have useful functions built in to Windows, but if you already know the shortcuts and don't use them, let's be honest—you never will.So let's do something better with them ...

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I'd like to program my function keys to hold things such as my e-mail address so I don't have to CONSTANTLY keep typing it. Does anyone have any ideas of how to program function keys?