I want to insert a lot of question marks (when I am writing a draft quickly, I don't put the quotation marks. Please don't say, "You should have...") Now I need to go back and insert them. It takes more time if I have to first press Shift before pressing the quotation marks key ('/"). Once, not a problem. A thousand times, yes. Caps Lock works for continually inserting letters, but does not apply to the quotation marks key. (No idea why not.) The only trick I have until now is to convert my keyboard into a different alphabet (no problem, I have my keyboard configured for Russian), type a letter at the places I want quotation marks (say, щwordщ) for the whole document, and then use Replace (Find щ, Russian language, Replace ", English language) to get the result ("word"). That works. But isn't there any more direct way?