How to assign keyboard shortcuts to programs?

Suppose you have a few programs that are frequently used, and you want to use keyboard shortcuts for them.

Here are the steps to add keyboard shortcuts to programs in Windows 7 (Mozilla Firefox is the program I will use as an example):

-Right Click the program icon and select the option “Properties”

– Next select the “Shortcut” tab

– Click in the text field of the “Shortcut key” option and use the use the keyboard shortcut you wish to use for that program. Here I have used the combination Ctrl+Shift+A

– Click “Apply” and then “OK’. The keyboard shortcut has been set.

– The next time, the shortcut is used(in this case Ctrl+Shift+A), the target program is opened (in this case, Mozilla Firefox).

2 Responses to "How to assign keyboard shortcuts to programs?"

  1. Sanj   September 3, 2011 at 12:51 am

    Quite helpful.. thnx

    Reply
    • Jimmy   September 17, 2011 at 2:32 pm

      🙂 Glad you found it helpful.

      Reply

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