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Adding and using keyboard shortcuts in the Print dialog box
Authored by: Dr. T on Jul 24, '09 09:54:52AM

robg said: "...In Firefox, for instance, the PDF button (and the others at the bottom of the dialog) aren't included in the Tab cycle, so you can't select it via the keyboard...."

You can do these types of tasks easily with QuicKeys X. You also get numerous triggering options: hot key, menu selection, toolbar button, spoken command, scheduled event, or timed event.



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Adding and using keyboard shortcuts in the Print dialog box
Authored by: ClarkGoble on Jul 28, '09 09:19:52AM

Yeah, a macro program is very worthwhile. Quickeys is a tad pricey though. I use iKey which isn't nearly as elegant but does the job.



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