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Old 06-04-2017, 11:14 AM
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The key 'G' (without quotes) TYPES G. is it possible to change it to (e.g.) H. I mean when you press key G, it types H.
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This is not something you would do with Word, but rather within Windows by assigning the correct keyboard / language / region.

For instance, I use the American English / Dvorak keyboard. The letter "U" on the physical keyboard gives the letter "G" on the screen. If there is not a preset keyboard arrangement for your language, I'm sure there are utilities available to do create such an arrangement. However, the last time I experimented with such things was in the era of DOS 3.0.

Again, this is not a question about Microsoft Word. I will see if I can transfer this to the appropriate forum.
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I'd be interested to find out the answer to this one as well. Please share if you stumble upon something useful. I'll do the same!
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For an idea of what's involved, see: http://vbnet.mvps.org/index.html?cod...yboardproc.htm
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My Windows types ، by clicking Shift+7. I want to assign this function to Shift+T. Is it possible to to?
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See my previous reply.
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I saw it and read the page you referred.
but it does not solve my issue.
I need my special macro to do it.
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In that case, you are going to have to do the programming.
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