I am using OneNote on a Mac and the beginning of line and end of line shortcuts are Ctrl+A and Ctrl+E, respectively. I prefer the alternatives Fn+< and Fn+> instead, which work in other applications on Mac but not in OneNote for some reason. I tried adding them from System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > App Shortcuts, but looks like you cannot add a shortcut with a Fn button there. Any ideas on how to enable using Fn+< and Fn+> as the beginning of line and end of line shortcuts in OneNote on Mac?

Note: I am using a Mac 2019 with a touchbar that is controlled by the Fn key.

  • Fn + arrow key is equivalent to page up/down/home/end on a regular extended keyboard. idk how you would tell an MS app that, but that's what it is. – Tetsujin Jan 14 at 18:36
  • Ctrl-A and Ctrl-E are system level. Normally when you see emacs keyboard shortcuts, they're built-ins. – Marc Wilson Jan 14 at 19:46

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