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    OneNote Shortcut Keys (OneNote 2007)

    How the heck do I set or change shortcut keys in OneNote?

    There seems to be a ton of them, but nowhere can I find how to alter them.

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    Re: OneNote Shortcut Keys (OneNote 2007)

    Assign or change a keyboard shortcut is for OneNote 2003, but since OneNote 2007 doesn't have the ribbon interface, it might work there too. I can't test it myself, since I have neither OneNote 2003 nor OneNote 2007.

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    Re: OneNote Shortcut Keys (OneNote 2007)

    Thanks Hans!

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    Re: OneNote Shortcut Keys (OneNote 2007)

    Hans, I'm not sure if I'm not understanding you, or if I've been unclear.

    In OneNote, if I press Win + N, it pops up a note (? or is that a stickie, or...?)

    It's where those types of shortcuts are determined that I'm after, as some are conflicting with other programs.

    Or are those "hard-wired"?

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    Re: OneNote Shortcut Keys (OneNote 2007)

    Have you checked out Keyboard shortcuts for Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 at Microsoft.com?

    I do NOT think that ANY of the predefined keys can be redefined!

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: OneNote Shortcut Keys (OneNote 2007)

    Dave, I was afraid you'd say that!

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    Re: OneNote Shortcut Keys (OneNote 2007)

    You might try THIS and the links from it. My impression is that the field is littered with ways of reassigning shortcuts, but since I never do it myself I don't know of any. Google turned up no freeware in that department, but I'll keep an eye out.

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    Re: OneNote Shortcut Keys (OneNote 2007)

    Thanks Peter.

    Appreciate the help.

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