To assign a keyboard shortcut do the following: Begin keyboard shortcuts with CTRL or a function key. Press the TAB key repeatedly until the cursor is in the Press new shortcut key box. Press the combination of keys that you want to assign.
- Ctrl + O for File, Open.
- Ctrl + S for File, Save.
- Ctrl + Z for Edit, Undo.
- Ctrl + C for Copy.
- Ctrl + V for Paste.
- Alt + specified values Inserts standard Windows symbols: Alt + 0176. Inserts a degree º symbol. Alt + 0216. Inserts a diameter Ø symbol. Alt + 0181. Inserts a µ symbol.
- Right-click the desired icon.
- At the bottom of the drop-down menu, above “unpin”, right-click the name of the program. …
- Left-click “properties”
- Click on the text box that says “shortcut key”
- Type in your desired keyboard combination by pressing the keys.
- Once completed, click “ok”
|CTRL+O||Opens the open web page or file dialog box|
|CTRL+P||Opens the Print dialog box.|
|CTRL+S||Opens the Save dialog box.|
From an open model or 3D sketch, with nothing selected, press the spacebar. From the Orientation dialog box, click Normal To .
- 3D Solid Modeling. Create and edit 3D part and assembly models and create 2D drawings that automatically update with design changes. …
- Weldments. Quickly design welded structures composed of structural members, plates and gussets. …
- 2D Drawings.
Forced Rebuild (Ctrl+Q) When working on a part, forced rebuild will rebuild every feature in the Feature Tree, this is different to a standard rebuild (Ctrl+B) which will only rebuild changed features. This Forced Rebuild will also rebuild any views on a drawing which have sketch entities or require rebuilding.
Alt+F4 is a keyboard shortcut most often used to close the currently-active window. … If you want to close a tab or window open in a program, but not close the complete program, use the Ctrl + F4 keyboard shortcut.
The function keys or F keys are lined across the top of the keyboard and labeled F1 through F12. These keys act as shortcuts, performing certain functions, like saving files, printing data, or refreshing a page. For example, the F1 key is often used as the default help key in many programs.
- Alt + F–File menu options in the current program.
- Alt + E–Edits options in the current program.
- F1–Universal help (for any sort of program).
- Ctrl + A–Selects all text.
- Ctrl + X–Cuts the selected item.
- Ctrl + Del–Cut selected item.
- Ctrl + C–Copy the selected item.
Ctrl + A → Select all content. Ctrl + Z → Undo an action. Ctrl + Y → Redo an action.
- Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Insert and Ctrl+X. Both Ctrl + C and Ctrl + Insert will copy highlighted text or a selected item. …
- Ctrl+V or Shift+Insert. …
- Ctrl+Z and Ctrl+Y. …
- Ctrl+F and Ctrl+G. …
- Alt+Tab or Ctrl+Tab. …
- Ctrl+S. …
- Ctrl+Home or Ctrl+End. …
- Copy: Ctrl + C.
- Cut: Ctrl + X.
- Paste: Ctrl + V.
- Maximize Window: F11 or Windows logo key + Up arrow.
- Open Task View: Windows logo key + Tab.
- Display and hide the desktop: Windows logo key + D.
- Switch between open apps: Alt + Tab.
- Open the Quick Link menu: Windows logo key + X.
Use the left-mouse to move, the right-mouse to rotate with the cursor in the graphics area. Place the cursor over each of the end points or the center of the black origin to flip the sketch.