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Keyboard Font for LaTeX

One of my favorite Wiki-Sites (ubuntuusers.de) allows the editors to add key combinations.

[[Template(Keys, Strg+T)]]
[[Template(Keys, Strg+Shift+Tab)]]
[[Template(Keys, Strg+lmt)]] (for left mouse)

Rendered example:

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Can I make something similar in LaTeX? Is there a package that also has the "Windows Key"?

  • and another one : tex.stackexchange.com/questions/13739/… :) – percusse Oct 21 '12 at 14:22
  • Thanks percusse! menukeys is defenitely interesting for menus and key cominations, but this <kbd>tab</kbd> looks a bit nicer. And keystroke.sty causes an error: "! LaTeX Error: Command \Return already defined." – Martin Thoma Oct 21 '12 at 14:44
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    @moose You ask very good questions, but they tend to get closed relatively frequently (7 out of 33), I assume mostly as duplicates. Make sure to search for existing questions thoroughly before posting. Often, I get the best search results when I use tags for searching rather than words. – doncherry Oct 21 '12 at 20:27
  • @doncherry: I am always searching for answers in Google before I ask questions, because I need very long to ask a question (in fact, asking a question takes almost always more time than finding one). I also try tag search (not always, but often), but I don't know which keywords I could try. For this question I had problems finding only one keyword that seemed to fit. I guess my "duplicate question problem" could also be a language problem. As I am a foreign english speaker, its possible that I tend to formulate questions different than others. – Martin Thoma Oct 22 '12 at 5:28