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User defined keyboard shortcuts

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    prstoessel is offline Novice
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    User defined keyboard shortcuts

    Is there a way to define keyboard shortcuts in Access 2010?

    For example, I'd rather use the Alt-~ than Control-F6 to toggle between windows inside a database.



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    prstoessel is offline Novice
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    Thank you for the reply. I take it that I have to copy this "Autokeys" macro into each and every database I use or create. Not very practical for me, as I am into hundreds of databases. I was hoping for a solution on a very top level (either within Windows or Access settings).

    Thanks for the help!

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