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    Keyboards for Windows 10 PCs could soon include new Office key


    Keyboards for Windows 10 PCs could soon include a new Office key, if Microsoft follows through with an idea it's seeking feedback about.

    Windows watcher WalkingCat spotted the proposed Office key in a survey Microsoft is running among Office users who have a school or work Microsoft account.


    The image suggests that an Office key could replace the Windows key on the right-hand side of the keyboard adjacent to the Alt key.


    Read more: Microsoft to Windows 10 users: Want a dedicated Office key on your keyboard? | ZDNet
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    Great another key we won't use. Just like the winkey.... oh wait we use that!
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    swarfega said: View Post
    Great another key we won't use. Just like the winkey.... oh wait we use that!
    Should read "...some of you use that."
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    GEWB said: View Post
    Should read "...some of you use that."
    I do use winkey quite a lot but mostly in combination with other keys.
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    Oh......WINKEY, not winky...

    Nevermind.
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