I use the Dvorak keyboard layout on my MacBook Pro, but like to use the Dvorak-Qwery Command option, which means that Cmd+* uses the Qwerty layout (When I try to use Dvorak for Cmd, I always end up pressing Cmd+Q when I don't mean to). This works great in every app I've tried so far, except for one: Microsoft Word (and possibly the other Office apps as well). Initially, I dismissed it as a problem with Word 2004, and figured it would be fixed in 2008. I was mistaken - kind of. I'm using 2008 now, and what I get when I press Cmd-something seems to switch randomly between layout - sometimes pressing Cmd+Qwerty S opens the save dialog box (Qwerty), while other times it opens the Open dialog box (Dvorak). Cmd-Qwerty B performs a cut (Dvorak), but Cmd+Qwerty N creates a new document (Qwerty). If I want to bold text, I'm out of luck. This flip-flopping makes keyboard shortcuts in Word almost unusable. Switching to Dvorak completely would fix the problem, but I'd rather not do that because of the aforementioned Cmd-Q thing. Therefore, is there a way to: 1. Get Word to actually recognize the commands correctly, like every other application seems to manage easily. 2. Switch the keyboard layout Word uses to Dvorak (without Qwerty-Command), but leave Qwerty-Command as the layout for the rest of the system. Thanks.