Assigning and deleting keyboard shortcuts

You can assign and delete keyboard shortcuts, overwrite existing ones, as well as reset them to the default setting. You can also view existing shortcuts.

When you change keyboard shortcuts, the changes are saved in a file called an accelerator table. Corel applications come with two accelerator tables which can be customized to suit your work habits:

• Main table — contains all non-text related shortcut keys

• Text Editing table — contains all text-related shortcut keys

To assign a keyboard shortcut to a command

1 Click Tools, Options.

2 In the list of categories, double-click Customize, and click Shortcut Keys.

3 From the Table list box, choose the accelerator table where you want to make your changes.

4 In the Commands list, double-click a folder to view the available commands.

5 From the Commands list, choose the command to which you want to assign a keyboard shortcut.

6 In the Press New Shortcut Key box, type the key combination that you want to assign to the command.

7 Enable the Delete Conflicts check box.

8 Click the Assign button.

• The Current Shortcut Keys list contains all the shortcut keys assigned to the selected command.

To avoid assigning the same keyboard shortcut to a command

1 Follow steps 1 to 7 from the previous procedure.

2 Enable the Navigate To Conflict check box.

3 Click the Assign button.

To overwrite an existing keyboard shortcut

1 Follow steps 1 to 7 from the "To assign a keyboard shortcut to a command" procedure.

2 Disable the Navigate To Conflict check box.

3 Click the Assign button.

To delete a keyboard shortcut

1 Follow steps 1 to 4 from the "To assign a keyboard shortcut to a command" procedure.

2 From the Commands list, choose the command from which you want to remove a keyboard shortcut.

3 Choose the keyboard shortcut that you want to remove from the Current Shortcut Keys list box.

4 Click the Delete button.

• You cannot change the following keyboard shortcuts: F1, ALT + F6, ALT + TAB, ALT + ESC, CTRL + ESC, and CTRL + /.

To reset keyboard shortcuts

• Click the Reset button.

To view existing keyboard shortcuts

• Click the View All button.

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