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How to create shortcut keys for programs in Windows 7?

By dwarkarao
Shortcuts are definitely lifesavers. When ever we are in middle of something and we want to move to some folder just few clicks will take you to the desired folder. Its not only about browsing through folders instead it can used to do many things.

Now if I tell you that we can add anything you wish as shortcut then. I came across this utility which is called as Winkey. It can be used to create shortcut for anything. You can create shortcut by following the below steps:

Step 1: Download the utility and run it.

Step 2: Click on the Add button present on the right side.

Step 3: A new window will pop up, where you have to make all the settings.

Step 4: Click on the icon which looks like a piece of paper which will ask you to select he program for which you want to create the shortcut.

Step 5: In the shortcut key command, type in the shortcut that you want to have for it eg. Alt+F2 or you can also select any other combination from the drop down box.

Step 6: In the Run option, you can select the size of the program that you have selected for the particular shortcut to open up in. Eg: Normal window, Minimized, Maximized.

In this way you can make any application to come up with just some simple combination of the keys.

Try it and save your time.

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