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Can I change the command assignments of MSP function keys? How?

Yes, you can. In order to do this:
  1. Open the MSp Control Panel by pressing Ctrl+LongTap3 or pressing Enter on the Mobile Speak Pocket shortcut in the Today Screen, Start menu or Start -> Programs.
  2. Arrow to "Function Keys" and press Enter.
  3. Select the command layout you are currently using (note that the default layout is called "New").
  4. Tab to the "Edit" button and hit Enter.
  5. In the next dialog that opens, select the function/command you wish to reassign.
  6. Tab to the next control and select the command modifier (Alt, Control, Shift, or any combination of these) that will be used in the key combination assigned to the perform the selected function. Choose "None" if no command modifiers are required.
  7. Tab to the next control and select the key pressed after the modifier/s to perform the selected command. Note that programmable hardware keys on the device are called "Button 1", "Button 2", etc., and their long presses are referred to as "Button 1 (hold)", "button 2 (hold)", etc. if they are programmable. You may also select virtual function keys.
  8. It is recommended that the checkbox for capturing unused keys is kept unchecked, unless you want extra hardware keys, which MSP does not use, to do nothing even when non-MSP functions are assigned to them.
  9. Tab to the "OK" button and activate it. A message window is displayed, informing you that the changes will not take effect until after a soft reset. Hit Enter to dismiss this window. Close the main dialog for the "Function Keys" option by also pressing the "OK" button and exiting the same message window with the Enter key.
  10. Soft reset the device.

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