|19 Jul 2012||#1|
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New Logitech K350 does not have needed key for OneNote
I just got the above keyboard and love it for my work with one exception. I used to be able to select all in the platform I was working on, hit the application key, and then choose the "Send to OneNote" option.
Is there a way I can program one of my hot keys or is there another keyboard combination that would give me the same menu or option?
As a transcriptionist, I rarely and try not to use the mouse because it cuts into my production.
Thanks in advance.
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