Shortcut Key Game - need suggestions

kanton

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Hello Board,

I have some people asking me how we can develop a keyboard shortcut key game in Excel 2003. The goal is to have participants use the mouse less and therefore become faster using Excel. Any ideas how we can track this? I searched online to see if there was any software or websites and couldn't find anything. I did find one site, but it didn't work, which obvi doesn't help.

We don't want to have to use the honor system. Our thought right now is to have a weekly testing but I'm not sure how to define the process. HAs anyone tried something like this before? What worked and what didn't?

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. THANK YOU!
 

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