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How do I add function keys to a panel?

In Build-A-Macro (My-T-Soft Setup | Build-A-Macro), select the Num Panel and modify one of the keys (e.g. the 00) to be F3, [F3]. Save the panel. Now run the keyboard, open the macro panel, from the Main macro panel, click on the Num button, and you should see the modified panel. Close all other panels, size the panel to the desired size, place it in the desired position, then open the menu (middle tool bar button, or right-click on window), and Settings | Save Current Settings, and Position | Save Position. Now close the software, and every time you re-open it, it will open with this configuration.

The other approach is similar, just make sure you have both panels open. In Build-A-Macro, create a new panel, and modify the buttons you may want (e.g. F3, Enter, Tab, Esc, etc.). Save the panel, and then select Main Macro Panel. Click on one of the blank buttons, then select "This button will..." Open another panel. Click on the Select button and select the new panel you just made. Now save everything (OK, Yes, etc.), and run My-T-Soft. Open the Num Panel, Macro panel, then click on the new Main Macro button you created to open your new panel. Size & position as desired, and save settings/Position.
Original ID: QU253809
Category: UsingType: Question/Answer Product: My-T-Soft

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