Assign any key combinations with functions, text templates, program starts, keyboard macros, et cetera.
System hotkeys - such as Win + L or Win + V in Windows 8 can also be reassigned.
Hotkeys can be program-dependent, meaning that the hotkey will only be active in specific programs.
Special keys that only some keyboards have, such as ones that directly start a browser or email program, can also be reassigned. Shift, Ctrl, Alt and Windows keys can also be used as hotkeys.
Clipboard Master can distinguish between the left and right Shift, Ctrl, Alt and Windows keys for hotkeys. For example, you can assign left Ctrl + A to a function or to start a program, while right Ctrl + A continues to select all. You can also assign left Ctrl + right Ctrl + A.