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How To Assign A Keyboard Shortcut To A Swipe Gesture In Windows 10

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How To Assign A Keyboard Shortcut To A Swipe Gesture In Windows 10

How To Assign A Keyboard Shortcut To A Swipe Gesture In Windows 10

Windows 10 has made controlling the gesture a simple process. There are a abundance of options by which you can customize gestures. One of them is to assign a keyboard shortcut to a swipe gesture or a tap gesture in Windows 10.


To assign a keyboard shortcut to a swipe gesture or tap gesture, you have to follow some simple steps.


Bind A Keyboard Shortcut To A Swipe Gesture

1. Press Windows + I keys to open Settings app.

2.  Next, click on Devices.

3. Click on Touchpad tab.

4. Click on Advanced gesture configuration link.



5. Under the gesture of your requirement, there is a drop down menu, click on it to assign a keyboard shortcut. Select “Custom Shortcut” from the available options.



6.  Now click on the “Start Recording” button.

5. Click on it. Now enter the desired keyboard shortcut. Once you are done, click on ‘Stop recording’.



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