Next, open the Start Menu, which is stored in C:UsersAppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart Menu. So, I went with SharpKeys, which has the added bonus of being much easier to use than AutoHotkey. In the Categories tab select All Commands, then scroll down to ApplyHeading2 in the Commands window. This will create an standalone executable for your keyboard settings. This key combination seems to be engraved in my brain because it was really hard for me to use it with a different key combination.
While my addition above may be helpful to some, that wasn't my problem. To list all Word commands and keyboard shortcuts, on the Tools menu, point to Macro, and then click Macros. Based on comments posted here: and the key map posted here: I wrote a shell script that maps the Insert key to the left arrow:! On the Apple menu, click System Preferences. If you do this with Windows7 regedit, you have to enter the hex value in rows of 8 bytes, like this: Value Data: 0000 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 0008 02 00 00 00 00 00 52 E0 0010 00 00 00 00 Registry file. Hopefully it works for you.
Next, click the Add button again. Your two choices here are and. Click Close when you're done. For starters the PrintScreen key won't work and the Fn key and shortcuts, such as for adjusting volume, won't work either. This is a collection of random thoughts and rants. Just figured this one out.
To use this Office keyboard shortcut, you must first turn off the Exposé keyboard shortcut for this key. A lot of drivers were installed but since no matching hardware was found, they all remain dormant. To switch Press Paragraph direction to right to left Control + + Left arrow Paragraph direction to left to right Control + + Right arrow Use function key shortcuts Word 2016 for Mac uses the function keys for common commands, including Copy and Paste. If you are a government, commercial, or enterprise user, please contact. To use this Office keyboard shortcut, you must first change the Show Desktop shortcut for this key. I love my MacBook Pro, but at work am corralled into a Windows environment which is fine but the human interface is the penultimate element in my workflow and workstation.
If I happen to press the Insert key when connected to a remote Mac from another Mac via Apple Remote Desktop, I loose the ability to send further keystrokes to the remote computer. Please go to the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk site to find out the contact details for your region. The Illusion of Choice My requirements in a keyboard are simple enough, really. I have no idea why. But when I started looking for a nice keyboard to go with , I quickly realized that my desires aligned quite nicely with those of our late pomaceous demigod, The Almighty Steve. I asked and looked everywhere to no avail and eventually stumbled on the key combination. On the Macros in pop-up menu, click Word commands, and then in the Macro name box, type ListCommands, click Run, and then select the options that you want.
Is there a way I could find a ready made config file somewhere? After a few months, most switchers come to prefer the Mac way. Copy the executable file to here, then run it. The only way I've found to recover from this is to use the mouse to log the remote user out of the remote computer, then log back in. For information about changing the key assignment of a keyboard shortcut, see Mac Help for your version of the Macintosh operating system or see your utility application. Eventually shift+Numpad0 comes to mind. After changing this setting, you can still perform the special features printed on a function key.
Does anybody know what the alternate key sequence is so I can try harder to avoid it? The downside is that the keyboard isn't officially supported in Windows and Apple only provides drivers if you use Bootcamp to install Windows on a Mac. Also see Shortcut conflicts later in this topic. If I ever run into that problem, I'll edit this post. I happen to be using a non-Apple branded, but otherwise fairly standard usb keyboard with a Windows key. Is there a way to tell Windows to simply stop using Overwrite mode? Your keyboard shortcuts will now work properly and they'll start every time you start your computer. Because it is destructive, and an easy way to ruin your work, the Mac never had it and Microsoft got rid of it.
Has been throwing me for a long time. To do this, install and launch it. On the Apple menu, click System Preferences. The Disability Answer Desk support team is trained in using many popular assistive technologies and can offer assistance in English, Spanish, French, and American Sign Language. You can also easily from here. This article describes a simple way to disable the Insert key on your keyboard.
To use this Office keyboard shortcut, you must first turn off the Exposé keyboard shortcut for this key. In this topic Note: If you are using a MacBook, to use a function key, you must press the fn key the lower left key on the keyboard at the same time. So the final key-combo is fn+alt+0 on the overlaid keypad Phew. Reduce the size of a selection Shift + F8 Turn off extend mode Esc Edit text and graphics To do this Press Copy text or graphics + C or F3 Copy a style + Shift + C Paste a style + Shift + V Copy text or graphics to the Scrapbook Control + Option + C Cut selected text to the clipboard + X or F2 Move text or graphics + X or F2 then move the cursor and press + V or F4 Create AutoText Option + F3 Insert AutoText + Option + Shift + V Paste the Clipboard contents + V or F4 Paste special + Control + V Paste and match the formatting of the surrounding text + Option + Shift + V Paste the Spike contents + Shift + F3 Delete one character to the left Delete Delete one word to the left + Delete Delete one character to the right or Clear Delete one word to the right + Cut selected text to the Clipboard + X or F2 Undo the last action + Z Redo the last action + Y Cut to the Spike + F3 Drawing To do this Press Toggle drawing mode + Control + Z Align and format paragraphs To do this Press Center a paragraph + E Justify a paragraph + J Left-align a paragraph + L Right-align a paragraph + R Indent a paragraph from the left Control + Shift + M Remove a paragraph indent from the left + Shift + M Create a hanging indent + T Remove a hanging indent + Shift + T Start AutoFormat + Option + K Apply the Normal style + Shift + N Apply the Heading 1 style + Option + 1 Apply the Heading 2 style + Option + 2 Apply the Heading 3 style + Option + 3 Apply the List style when the cursor is at the beginning of a line + Shift + L Insert a nonbreaking space Option + Spacebar Set line spacing To do this Press Set lines as single-spaced + 1 Set lines as double-spaced + 2 Set lines as 1. Under Keyboard and Mouse, choose another shortcut for Mission Control, or choose — minus sign to turn it off.