ScanSnap - Changing global shortcut key
Using that combination brings up the ScanSnap software. The trouble is that the same key combination is used to insert a non-breaking space character in Microsoft Word. That's something that we all use a lot in Word.
Since we've all used Word for years and are familiar with its default key combinations, we'd like to change the ScanSnap hotkeys, rather than changing the Word shortcut key. Right-clickingon the ScanSnap files in the Windows Start menu does not reveal any assigned shortcut keys.
My first inclination was just to scrap the ScanSnap software and use a TWAIN driver for all the scanning. Sadly, Fujitsu has decided that it will never issue a TWAIN driver for the ScanSnap. They want you to use their software.
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The problem is that these files start with 001, 002, etc.
and I have other files that also start with 001, 002, etc. but they have the album name in the Properties already so they are easy to find.
but I am trying to not have to Right-click to get to the Properties dialog box, after I get to the Properties dialog box is easy to Tab to go to the different fields, but I am trying not to have to take my hands off the keyboard.
I have been unable to find a shortcut key on the list of shortcut keys on the Microsoft list of available shortcut keys. Maybe I missed it.
How can I make sure that my application shortcut is used in the application? I wouldn't mind deactivating this upside-down Windows 7 shortcut altogether.
I need to do the same but running the same shortcut with administrative priviledges, so I use Run as Administrator. The problem is that the current/working directory is %systemroot%\system32 and not the directory where the shotcut is placed.
How can I setup things to get the same results as with the less privileged (normal) user account?
Now I cannot, try as I might, pin the shortcut back to the taskbar. I get either a red circle with a diagonal band, like a traffic sign, or else the shortcut 'slips under the taskbar'.
I want to create a shortcut on my W7 desktop that will open the XP virtual mode. Now I have to
1) start menu > 2) all programs> 3 Win virtual mode> 4) Windows XP mode. 4 mouse clicks plus scrolling to the end of all programs.
Lots of wasted time, there has got to be a simple (K.I.S.S) way to place a shortcut on the W7 desktop.
I found: Windows XP Mode base.vhd. Is the the file I need the shortcut to? Is it the "exe"