Every ! sign stands for the Alt key and every number is the number you want to use for that shortcut. Each line in the file creates a different action. For example putting '!1:: Send I Love MoneySaving' means that holding down the Alt key and pressing '1' will write 'I Love MoneySaving'.
If you want to use the Windows logo key instead of Alt, use # instead of !.
Step 2. Save the file. Once the plain text file is edited, save it on your desktop, and be sure to end the file name with .ahk. In the 'Save as type' box, you must select 'All files', or it won't work.
Step 3. Run the file. Now it's time to run the file. Find your personalised file on the desktop, and double-click on it to make it run. Then find the AutoHotKey icon on your toolbar, right-click it, and press 'Reload this script'. You can now use the shortcuts.
Step 4. Edit the file. Once the file's up and running, it can be edited at any time. Just find it on your desktop and right-click on it to edit the script. After it's saved, right-click on the AutoHotKey tool bar icon and select 'Reload this script'. This will make the changes.
For a more advanced guide, see the AutoHotKey beginner tutorial.
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