|Some time ago I created a number of desktop shortcuts to commonly used programs, and made the mistake of assigning Windows "hot" keys to them. |
Over the months some them have been deleted, but the key assignments remain. What's worse, these assignments interfere with the same keyboard assignments in my text editor because they take precedence.
Is there a way to delete these hot keys if the shortcut no longer exists or can't be found?
A registry or manual solution is preferable to a freeware solution, as our company "acceptable use" policy blocks a lot of those freeware download sites.