How-to: Keyboards

How do I create a Key Combination shortcut?

You can assign a keyboard shortcut, such as CTRL+P (Print), to a key or mouse button. A valid keyboard shortcut can use one or more of the available modifier keys (CTRL, SHIFT, ALT, and, for some keyboards, ALT GR) together with one standard key, such as a letter or number.

Assign a keyboard shortcut to a key

  1. In Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center, locate your device and then select Key Combination to assign it to a key.
  2. Enter your key combination in the box.


You can also use a macro to make a mouse click play back as many key presses as you want.