moderated Re: Setting shortcut keys for apps

Dean Martineau <topdot@...>

Hi.  This is all discussed in Windows Keyboard Power User Guide.  I’m not sure why you’re going to File Locations to set shortcuts, I’ve never looked there.


A JAWS installation will not affect any shortcut keys you’ve set in windows unless there’s a JAWS key conflict, and even then, JAWS won’t see the keystroke.


Perhaps give an example of a keyboard shortcut that you set before, and that doesn’t work now.  How did you set the shortcut before?  Incidentally, I know this was discussed before, but I didn’t read the thread thoroughly.







From: <> On Behalf Of Zel Iscel
Sent: Monday, August 19, 2019 11:04 AM
Subject: Setting shortcut keys for apps


Hi all,


Sorry, I know this was covered a couple of times before but I don’t seem to have kept the resolutions. So …


Like Anne, I’m finding that the shortcut keys I set aren’t working in Windows 10.


I went to file locations, then properties and input my shortcut keys for certain apps, but was still unsuccessful. What am I doing wrong?


Thanks in advance for your responses, and regards


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