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Adobe InDesign CS5 : Customizing - Modifying Keyboard Shortcuts (part 2)

10/13/2011 4:11:38 PM
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To create a list of the keyboard shortcuts

1.
Choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts.

2.
Use the menu to choose the set.

3.
Click the Show Set button. This opens the list of shortcuts in Notepad (Win) or TextEdit (Mac).

4.
Print the text file.



You can change the shortcut applied to a command. However, not all commands have shortcuts assigned to them. So you can also assign a shortcut to commands.

To change or assign a shortcut

1.
Choose a shortcut set in the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box.

or

Create a new set.

2.
Use the Product Area menu to choose the part of the program that contains the command to which you want to assign a shortcut .

The Product Area menu lets you choose which parts of the program you want to change.

3.
Choose a command from the list under the Product Area menu .

The Commands field contains a list of the commands available for a specific product area.

4.
Use the Context menu to choose in what portion of the program the keystroke will work .

The Context menu lets you choose in which context a keyboard shortcut is applied.

5.
Click inside the New Shortcut field to make that field active.

6.
Press the keys on the keyboard that you want to assign to invoke the command.

Tip

If the keystroke is already assigned to another command, the command that uses the shortcut is listed in the Currently Assigned to area .

The Currently Assigned to area shows what command a keystroke is assigned to.

7.
Change the keys if necessary by selecting them and typing a new combination.

or

Click Assign to apply the new shortcut.

8.
Click Save to save the set as modified.

To delete a set

1.
Use the Set menu to choose the set you want to delete.

2.
Click the Delete Set button.
 
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