identifying a MSWord font to allot specific symbols to usual keys

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AmDeG 11
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identifying a MSWord font to allot specific symbols to usual keys

09 Aug 2017, 16:21

is there a way to identify a specific "Font" at MS Word 2016, in order to allocate keys to that specific keyboard?

Say you use SBL Greek Font in MS Word. When you press "a" the (usual) Latin "a" is given. Well I would like that when I'm using that SBL Greek Font when I type "a" the letter given is the Greek "a", the alpha
Vh_
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Re: identifying a MSWord font to allot specific symbols to usual keys

09 Aug 2017, 20:29

Set word as an object. Give this a short try. (dont know why short was there..) Font context hotkeys, I'd reccomend it cross referencing to another script to run. Give this a try.

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AmDeG 11
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Re: identifying a MSWord font to allot specific symbols to usual keys

10 Aug 2017, 19:30

thank you.
I think it works. However how can I set up that the script is constantly changing IF MS Word is open and also If I right now I'm using "Arial Black" so that if that is the case I want to make a change in the symbols (scancode, that one symbol will be at a specific key)
TimeHorizon
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Joined: 02 Aug 2017, 17:59

Re: identifying a MSWord font to allot specific symbols to usual keys

12 Aug 2017, 19:30

I guess put it in a loop, that would be my idea. :)

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