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IN os 9 I was able to assign functions to the F1-F16 keys. in OS x I don't seem to be able to do that?

I'm looking for a way to assign a word doc or my email to a specific key or combination of keys for quicker access. especially for my frequently used docs

is osx able to do that?
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