"Alt+*" shortcut in a laptop keyboard
Thread poster: sp-trans
sp-trans
English to Spanish
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May 25, 2005

Hi!

Does anyone knows the shortcut used in a laptop, which in the "normal" one is alt+* ?

I really appreciate your help.


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Laure Trads  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 10:50
Member (2004)
English to French
What I did was... May 25, 2005

... associate another shortcut to this command.

In Word, go to Tools > Customise > Keyboard button.

In the Categories box, select Macros.

In the Macros box, select Tw4winSetCloseOpenGet.Main.

Choose another shortcut in Press new shortcut key (I chose Alt+!).

Select this new shortcut in Current keys. Press Close.

Laure


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Jerónimo Fernández  Identity Verified
English to Spanish
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Special key + Alt + * May 25, 2005

Hi there

In my laptop, to the left of the "Ctrl" key there's what the manual calls a "Special key". I need to press that + Alt + the relevant key when I want to use Trados' shortcuts.

HTH.

Regards,
Jerónimo


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Rahi Moosavi  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 04:50
Member (2004)
Farsi (Persian) to English
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External keyboard May 25, 2005

I really didn't want to change all the shortcuts for Trados, so I connected an extenreal keyboard to my laptop......

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Anamar  Identity Verified
Portugal
Local time: 09:50
English to Portuguese
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Fn + Alt + * May 25, 2005

You have to press the key that activates the special functions of the keypad. I think it has the same name in all laptops (Fn).
By holding it pressed together with Alt and * ou + you don't have to change any shortcuts to use Trados in your laptop.


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Luca Tutino  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 10:50
Member (2002)
English to Italian
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Macro May 25, 2005

English2French wrote:
In the Macros box, select Tw4winSetCloseOpenGet.Main.
Choose another shortcut in Press new shortcut key (I chose Alt+!).
Select this new shortcut in Current keys. Press Close.
Laure


I did something similar (with ctrl+.) Fn+Alt+* worked erratically on Word 2003 (ativates menu and sticks the Alt key as if it was kept depressed)


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