Programing keyboard - Win98
I use Win98 on my machine. My keyboard is an old IBM clunker that is really enjoyable to type on. There is no Windows key on this keyboard, but a shortcut to bring up the Start menu is Ctrl + Esc. Does anyone know of a way to program the keyboard so different key combinations can be used?
Here's some shortcuts
and if you look here, find Remapping the Keyboard, there's a download from MS, tho I couldn't get thru...(probably due to my settings)
Also if you're looking for programs, there's some here
Here's some for IE and Nav:
Alt–left arrow Same as clicking on Back.
Alt–right arrow Same as clicking on Forward.
Ctrl-B Opens the Favorites or Bookmarks window.
Ctrl-D Creates a new favorite or bookmark.
Ctrl-F Opens the Find dialog box.
Ctrl-H Opens History.
Ctrl-N Opens a new browser window.
Ctrl-O Opens a URL window.
Esc Same as clicking on Stop.
space bar Scrolls down a page one screen length.
Ctrl-E Opens Search in Explorer bar (IE5 only).
Ctrl-I Opens Favorites in Explorer bar (IE5 only).
Alt-D Selects the text in the Address bar.
F4 Cycles through recently visited sites.
Ctrl-Alt-S Toggles the status bar on or off.
Ctrl-Alt-T Shows you a page's download status.
Ctrl-I Opens the Page Info window.
Hope that's some of what you were looking for! [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
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