Customizing a Keyboard Shortcut

You can also customize most of the shortcuts by opening the Preferences panel and going to the Shortcuts tab.

To set a shortcut:

1. Open the Preferences panel. The [Ctrl] + [U] (Windows/Linux) or [⌘] + [U] (Mac OS X).
2. In the Preferences panel, go to the Shortcuts tab.
3. In the left window, select the command to modify.
4. Click on the shortcut rectangle (above the right window).


5. On your keyboard, click on the desired shortcut.
To reset a command’s default keyboard shortcut, click the Default button.
To remove any keyboard shortcut associated to a command, click the Clear button.
6. Click OK.
If a keyboard shortcut is already in use, the Conflict Detected dialog box will appear notifying you of the command to which it is already associated. You can continue to associate the shortcut or cancel the operation and choose another command.

The Replace button associates the selected keyboard shortcut and removes it from any command already using it.
The Duplicate button associates the selected keyboard shortcut with the command and allows other commands in the list to use the same one.
The Cancel button stops the operation and lets you select another keyboard shortcut.

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Keyboard Shortcuts
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