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Customize - Keyboard Tab

Use this tab to create or modify keyboard shortcuts.

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Defined keys Lists the currently defined shortcut keystrokes.

Available commands Lists the names of all commands available in the program.

New Click New to create a new shortcut.

Press new shortcut key Press the keyboard combination you want for the command. The program adds the keystrokes to the list of Defined Keys. Allowable keyboard shortcut keys are:

  • All function keys, F1 through F12
  • All cursor control keys, such as Up arrow, Down arrow, Page Up, Home, and Insert.
  • The Ctrl, Alt, and Shift keys in conjunction with any alphanumeric key (A - Z and 0 - 9) and function key (F1 - F12), such as Ctrl+A and Alt+F11. You can combine the Ctrl, Alt, and Shift keys, such as Ctrl+Alt+Shift+B. The Shift key must be used with the Ctrl, Alt, and/or function keys.

Add Command Select a command from the list of Available Commands. A quick way to get to the command you want is to press the first letter, such as Z for the Zoom command. Then click the Add Command button.

Command You can edit the command macro. For example, you can remove the ^C^C^C (which cancels a command in progress) or add other commands, such as:


^C^C^CZOOM;E;QSAVE;QPRINT

To add a new keyboard shortcut

Click the Keyboard tab.

Using a keyboard shortcut, you can carry out a command with a single keystroke. Unlike an alias or command name, you do not need to press Enter to carry out the command.

To remove a keyboard shortcut

Select the keystroke from the list of Defined Keys, and then click Delete.

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