- (Just in case) Run the "Copy Settings Wizard" tool, which can be found in your desktop Start bar under "All Programs-SolidWors 2016-SolidWorks Tools". Use the "Save Settings" option and then select the "Keyboard Shortcuts" option on the second page.
- Open Registry Editor, click the Start button.In the Start Menu, either in the Run Box or the Search box, type Regedit and press Enter. In Windows 8, you can type Regedit on the Start screen and select the Regedit option in the search results. In Windows 10, type Regedit in the Search box on the taskbar and press Enter. If prompted by User Account Control, click Yes to open the Registry Editor.
- You need to manually remove all the "11_81" subkeys. You will find 3 subkeys with the "SubArray" text, as seen below, which will only vary by the "tPlate" number. You may also find 3 more entries with "AddArray" near the end of the key name. Whether you see these "AddArray" entries will depend on how you defined your "Ctrl+Q" commands. For example, you will find 3 or 6 sets of info that look similar to this:
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SolidWorks\SolidWorks 2016\Customization\tPlate0\Custom Accelerators\SubArray\11_81]
In the example above, you would delete these subkeys from the Windows Registry. Do this for the other two instances of the "SubArray".
You should now have your Ctrl+Q functioning as if were a newly installed build of SolidWorks.
You can remove the keys using .reg files