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Topic Title: How to use the Windows key in a command
Topic Summary: Want to use these keys - Ctrl+Win+Alt+T - in a dragon or knowbrainer command
Created On: 03/24/2022 10:04 AM
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 How to use the Windows key in a command   - bannshee - 03/24/2022 10:04 AM  
 How to use the Windows key in a command   - Matt_Chambers - 03/24/2022 10:58 AM  
 How to use the Windows key in a command   - Digital_ecologist - 04/05/2022 08:23 PM  
 How to use the Windows key in a command   - Lunis Orcutt - 03/24/2022 12:27 PM  
 How to use the Windows key in a command   - dilligence - 03/24/2022 01:32 PM  
 How to use the Windows key in a command   - bannshee - 03/25/2022 10:18 AM  
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Originally posted by: Matt_Chambers Assuming you're using 15.6 (I don't think it works in earlier versions of Dragon, try this: SendKeys "{WindowsHold}^%t"

 

Edit: This may work in Advanced Scripting.  I don't know about Knowbrainer.

 

Hi, just wanted to say thank you for posting this information, and example, I found this looking for something else, and the Windows hold key parameter, with proper SendKeys syntax was super helpful. Ended up rewriting a couple of clunky commands using HeardWord, left over from 15.3 and created a couple new ones because they were easy to write now.

Thanks!

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