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finding registered hotkeys

Posted on 2004-04-15
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Is there somewhere on win xp that will tell me what hotkey combo's are already registered - and - what programs registered or are using them?  Not a general listing, but an actual list of what keys and who's using them.

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Chris
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Try the Pc Magazine utility Hotkey Detective 2:

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,944583,00.asp

PcMag utilities used to be free to download, but now you have to pay to "join" the utility download group in order to get them.  (If you subscribe to Pc Magazie, that only decreases the membership fee.) But there are hundreds of useful programs that you can download when you do this.  Or, sometimes, you can find a link on the internet for a free download of the utility you want.
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ChrisAndrews, is your question answered?  Or do you need further help?  Please read the topics under this section of the Experts Exchange help pages:

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Hi Lee,

Opps, thought I had already rewared you the points on this, I am very sorry for being tardy!

I did end up joining pc magazines software subscription program as you suggested and did get the program that helped :)

Chris
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