Macro Keys on Mac Book Pro (CMD+Shift+4?)

Discussion in 'Windows Guest OS Discussion' started by jonathan_david, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. jonathan_david

    jonathan_david Hunter

    Hi All.

    I am using 3D modeling software in Windows 7 on my MacBookPro.

    Can anyone help me out as I try and get staged to tackle KEYBOARD settings?

    In particular, when I am in Windows and in this software and I do a CMD + Shift + 4 (I think that is right) to get a pick-screencapture - I know I have to click on the mac desktop to get this to happen. However, if I accidentally do this in Windows it opens a new instance of my 3D modeling software!

    I have checked the settings in the 3D modeling software and I don't see this "Macro" in my customization for Keyboard Commands.

    Is there any way to figure out what is going on here? Are there keyboard type settings within Parallels?

    I'm a new mac user and the F1 - F12 settings in particular have me a bit confused as to how to set them. The fact that the keyboard on my MBP has little icons such as Expose and the like is a bit tricky for me to understand.

    Thanks for any help, pointers etc,


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