control-a

When you select using using the shortcut key control+a, I do not want to see it as enabled.
Is there any way to do that?
nobleitAsked:
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Joseph RuizSystems EngineerCommented:
No this cant be disabled, its built into the Windows shell, but you can change the color:

Control panel > Display properties > Apperance > Advanced

Click "Selected" in the preview window and change the color under "Color 1."
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PanicXCommented:
Are you asking if the Control + A shortcut can be disabled?
Are you using a specific program / website or are you asking if this can be system wide?
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nobleitAuthor Commented:
I will explain in detail..
suppose when select a portion of a document or website using ctrl+a for copying that part...
we see that it is enabled...(by display)it is selected
What I want is the user does not want the selected portion to appear as selected.(ctrl+A) should just appear like a normal screen..
but still he wants to copy that portion..
Is there any way to do that...
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nobusCommented:
why don't you want to see what exactly is selected?  any specific reason?
it looks a bit contradictory to me - i want to see what i copy
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