remap keyboard (windows)

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    Anyone know of a way I could re-map certain keys on the keyboard? I ask because I am using an Apple keyboard on my PC. 95% of the keys match PC keys. However, there are a few extras, such as F13-F15 that I would like to do things, and and the "equal" sign on the numeric keypad that I want to actually be an "equal" sign. Any utilities or hacks you can share?
     
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    Would really like to remap the keys, guys.
     
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    keleko yes, he is

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    One of the best and most useful is Sharpkeys 1.1, which can be used to interpret scan codes from any keyboard by simply pressing the keys. The resulting scan codes can then be saved to the registry (and then copied out of the registry and re-used on other machines if needed). The program requires the .NET framework to run.
     

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