Follow the steps below to remap one or more keys on the keyboard:
- From the Schemes ribbon tab, press the Keyboard Scheme button to customize the current keyboard scheme, which will display the Customize Keyboard Scheme dialog.
- Highlight the key to modify, which will display all current mappings for that key.
- Choose the appropriate Key Modifier for the key combination you wish to change.
- Next, either double-click the key, or press the Action Property button to display the Action Property dialog.
Note: The Action Property button will open the Action Property page in mode-less mode, allowing you to modify the action for multiple keyboard keys before pressing OK to save all changes. Double-clicking an extension button will open the Action Property page in model mode for quick changes to a single key.
- Select the action to assign from the list, along with any associated properties.
- Press OK to return to the Customize Keyboard Scheme.
- Repeat for additional keys to map.
- When finished, press Save to save these settings to the current session, or press the arrow next to Save, select Save As to create a custom keyboard scheme file (*.aks), then provide a file name.
Use the Search text box to filter by keyword and highlight all keys containing the specified text. For example, type "cursor" to filter all keys mapped to cursor related functions.
Press to display the current keyboard layout, including all key mappings, in your default web browser.