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I use Win-95 French. In it, keys CTRL-C and CTRL-V are used for copying and pasting items. In the properties of a DOS programm, I put CTRL-V for the Rapid Acces Key (touche d'accès rapide) to start the programe from keyboard. But I realized later that this CTRL-V is in conflict with the CTRL-V used by WIN to paste. Now I try to un-programm the CTRL-V of the properties of the Dos programm. Even if I put None in the properties, it does not work. Help please.

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If the program still responds to Control+V, you might try setting up a new Rapid Access Key to start the program.  That is, change the Rapid Access Key from CTRL+V to something like CTRL+J.  The "switch" would probably clear out any previous Rapid Access Keystrokes.
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