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Microsoft might put a dedicated Office key to keyboards

Microsoft is considering to put a dedicated Office key to keyboards which will provide additional keyboard shortcuts for Office apps.

In a report by The Verge, Microsoft has been conducting a survey with Office key testers which was spotted by leaker WalkingCat and is now getting feedback on how it operates.

The said Office key is set to replace the secondary Windows key on the right-hand side of a keyboard also known as the dedicated menu key.

Microsoft’s survey which can only be accessed through a work or school Microsoft account reportedly includes questions about Office key shortcuts and if testers would like to see the Office key on laptops.

Microsoft is yet to comment about the reports.

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