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control - caps lock remapping

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Is there any way to remap the Ctrl and Caps Lock keys with NT?  (The Kernel Toys from www.microsoft.com can [apparently] do it for Windoze95, but they don't work for NT).  Specifically, I'm looking for a method that works with emacs, which may be running in a console window, rather than a real NT window (I'm not sure).
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Please help!  My fingers are going crazy!
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petar earned 250 total points
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This has GOT to be worth a A-Grade!

check out the www.ntinternals.com site and look in there misc utilities section where they have a NT keyboard driver remapped for what you want. Designed for EMACS fingers..

Happy hunting.
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