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I have never used this program, but if you don't come up with another solution it might be worth a try. It is freeware.http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Launch...ls/ZenKEY.shtml
With ZenKEY you will have control of almost all aspects of your PC only with the mouse and keyboard.
Using keystrokes that work no matter what program you are in, you can:
· Launch a program or bring it back into focus
· Open a document, folder or Internet resource
· Automatically make active or inactive windows transparent
· Move across and place windows using an "infinte" desktop space
· Minimize or maximize a window
· Resize, move or alter a window
· Perform an internet search
· Issue a Media command, such as play, pause or volume up/down
· Start your screensaver or shutdown your computer
· Access hidden Windows utilities
· Control Winamp or compatible media players (we love QCD Player!)
· Instantly display any menu of programs or actions at the mouse pointer
· Launch a program automatically on ZenKEY startup
· Set the Mouse pointer speed
· Simulate a series of keystrokes
· Switch between tasks
Using the ZenKEY configuration utility, you can add any program, add or alter any menu, and assign any keystroke to perform any action.
Here are some key features of "ZenKEY":
Open a program or a file
· These actions launch a program or open a document (with its associated application). If you launch a program that is already running, you can choose whether this program should be brought to the foreground, or whether ZenKEY should launch a new instance of it. You can also choose to launch programs automatically on ZenKEY startup.
Control program windows
· These commands can be used to reposition program windows, to change their properties, to alter their transparency (XP and 2000 only) or even to send them to the system tray. You can tell ZenKEY whether you want the action to be performed on the currently active window (default), or whichever window is lying under the mouse cursor.