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Default How to create a 2 key keyboard shortcut macro: ^Q+^S?

I'd like to customize my keyboard shortcuts in Word 2003 so that I could type the old WordStar command ^Q+^S and have it execute the Home key command: go to beginning of line.

But I have two problems:

1. When I go to Tools>Customize>Options>Keyboard and look in the Edit>Commands list, I can't find the command for the Home key.

2. And then, if I were to find that command, I wouldn't know how to assign it to the sequnce of two control keys ^Q + ^S. The only option I can find seems to be for a single key: "Press new shortcut key."

I'd be grateful for some help figuring out how to do this.

Will in Seattle

a.k.a. "Clueless"
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