Replace key or shortcut
You can assign an action of this type to a key combination, though it is mostly used to replace a key combination by a single key.
|•||You can create keys on the on-screen keyboard for frequently used actions: Ctrl+C (Copy), Ctrl+V (Paste), Ctrl+Z (Undo), etc.|
|•||You can remove function keys (F1, F2, etc.) from the on-screen keyboard, and use key combinations (Fn+1, Fn+2, etc.) instead.|
|•||You can emulate a mouse click by pressing a key (for example, set the AltGr key as Right Button).|
|•||You can turn your regular keyboard into a multimedia keyboard by configuring shortcut keys to behave as the keys unavailable on your keyboard: SEARCH, FAVORITES, HOME, NEXT_TRACK, PREV_TRACK, STOP, PLAY_PAUSE, etc.|
|•||You can rearrange keys on a regular keyboard in any manner (for example, arrange keys in alphabetic order to make it easier for your grandmother to type emails to you).|