Rod, do you mean keyboard sequence programming? I have no programming expertise, but I've found a couple of useful programs that help me overcome that shortcoming. One is a mouse software suite from a Taiwanese company called A4Tech. It's got the capacity to use third and fourth buttons (works with generic mice, not only theirs) to summon additional 14-button toolbars that can have extensive keyboard sequences applied to them. It's programmable on-the-fly, and useable with other programs too, which can also be accessed from the toolbars. The second is a freeware scripting program called AutoIT, originally developed to enable hands-off OS installation, but now has a lot more extensive capability, more informative and powerful than the mouseware. Takes a bit more to develop sequences with it, but it allows access to all of the TC tools that I've tried it with, and again, to other programs. Its scripts are accessed from AutoIT rather than TC itself, but the interface is innocuous until you need it.