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Make Your own Keyboard Shortcuts
Windows has tons of
keyboard-shortcuts built right in to the operating system, but you can make
your own and save even more time.
Right click on any program icon and
choose properties. Choose the short cut tab and put your cursor in the "Shortcut
Key" field. Use your keyboard to enter the key you would like to open the
program with, then click Apply and OK. Windows will create a keyboard shortcut
using Ctrl + Alt + (the key you chose) as the program launcher.
new keyboard shortcut by pressing Ctrl + Alt + (the key you chose)
simultaneously. The program you selected should open.