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2010-11-22, 12:26 #1
I have a .DOT file that sets WordStar keystrokes for Word. Our office has a new doc management system that uses ^K for one of its macros. If I unassign ^K from this macro, my macros work fine (e.g. ^KD to close a doc). However, the ^K kept being reassigned to the doc management system macro, so I recorded a macro that I thought would remove the ^K assignment. However, it seems to have killed ^K across the board and I can't figure out how to get ^K to work at all now in Word. Here is the code:
CustomizationContext = NormalTemplate
I've tried using other arguments instead of Disable (e.g., Enable), but that doesn't seem to work (I just get an error).
Any suggestions on how to re-enable ^K?
P.S. I posted this in the wrong thread. I meant to put it in a Word thread. However, not sure how to move it now or I would. ;-)
2010-11-22, 15:28 #2
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Please continue discussion here: [topic=779991]Macro to Unassign Keyboard Assignment[/topic].