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    0.1Common Shortcuts

    • In most of input forms, you can use the <Enter(Mac OS: Return)> key to save or execute it.

    • While the overlay appears, press the <Esc> key to make the overlay disappear.

    0.2Editor Shortcuts

    Normal Mode Shortcuts

    The normal mode means that you are not editing any element at all, so using mouse or keyboard, you can freely select any element.

    Table 0-1Normal Mode Shortcuts

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    Linux

    Mac

    Descriptions

    Enter

    Enter

    Return

    Editing a selected element.

    Delete

    Delete

    Delete

    Deleting a selected element.

    Up

    Up

    Up

    An element above the currently selected element will be selected. If there is no element selected, then the first element showing up on the screen will be selected.

    Down

    Down

    Down

    An element below the currently selected element will be selected. If there is no element selected, then the first element showing up on the screen will be selected.

    Page Up

    Page Up

    Page Up

    After scrolling up as high as the screen height, the last element will be selected. If there is no element selected, then the first element showing up on the screen will be selected.

    Page Down

    Page Down

    Page Down

    After scrolling down as low as the screen height, the first element will be selected. If there is no element selected, then the first element showing up on the screen will be selected.

    Home

    Home

    Home

    The first element will be selected.

    End

    End

    End

    The last element will be selected.

    Ctrl + A

    Ctrl + A

    Command + A

    All the elements will be selected.

    Left

    Left

    Left

    Hide all the elements located below the heading.

    Right

    Right

    Right

    Unhide all the elements located below the heading.

    Tab

    Tab

    Tab

    If your selected element is a heading, then the heading level will be lowered to one level below. For instance, if you press this key after selecting an element with Heading 1, it will be changed to Heading 2.

    Shift + Tab

    Shift + Tab

    Shift + Tab

    If your selected element is a heading, then the heading level will be raised to one level above. For instance, if you press this shortcut after selecting an element with a Heading 2, it will be changed to Heading 1.

    Ctrl + I

    Alt + I

    Command + I

    A text element will be inserted. If there is an element selected, it will be added after this element, otherwise, your text element will be added at the end.

    Ctrl + Alt + I

    Ctrl + Alt + I

    Command + Alt + I

    A text element will be inserted. If there is an element selected, it will be added before this element, otherwise, your text element will be added at the top.

    Ctrl + C

    Ctrl + C

    Command + C

    Your selected elements will be copied.

    Ctrl + V

    Ctrl + V

    Command + V

    Your copied elements will be pasted.

    Esc

    Esc

    Esc

    When adding an element or moving an element to another position by dragging and dropping, press this key to cancel it.

    Ctrl + Z

    Ctrl + Z

    Command + Z

    Undo

    Ctrl + Y

    Ctrl + Y

    Command + Y

    Redo

    Ctrl + F

    Ctrl + F

    Command + F

    Opening up the Find and Replace panel.

    Editing Mode Shortcuts

    The editing mode means that a user is currently editing a specific element.

    Editing Mode Common Shortcuts

    The following shortcuts can be used when editing all types of elements.

    Table 0-2Editing Mode Common Shortcuts

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    Linux

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    Descriptions

    Ctrl + S

    Ctrl + S

    Command + S

    Saving the changes and switching to the normal mode.

    Esc

    Esc

    Esc

    Switching from the element editing mode to the normal mode.

    Ctrl + Space

    Alt + /

    Alt + /

    Place your cursor on the element editor and press the this shortcut. Then the context menu where you can perform tasks in the editor toolbar will appear. Using the directional key, select your task and press the <Enter> key to configure it.

    Ctrl + Z

    Ctrl + Z

    Command + Z

    Undo

    Ctrl + Y

    Ctrl + Y

    Command + Y

    Redo

    Text Editor Shortcuts

    When editing text elements, you can use the following shortcuts.

    Table 0-3Text Editor Shortcuts

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    Linux

    Mac

    Descriptions

    Ctrl + 0

    Ctrl + 0

    Ctrl + 0

    Selecting “Normal” as element type.

    Ctrl + 1

    Ctrl + 1

    Ctrl + 1

    Selecting “Heading 1” as an element type.

    Ctrl + 2

    Ctrl + 2

    Ctrl + 2

    Selecting “Heading 2” as an element type.

    Ctrl + 3

    Ctrl + 3

    Ctrl + 3

    Selecting “Heading 3” as an element type.

    Ctrl + 4

    Ctrl + 4

    Ctrl + 4

    Selecting “Heading 4” as an element type.

    Ctrl + 5

    Ctrl + 5

    Ctrl + 5

    Selecting “Heading 5” as an element type.

    Ctrl + 6

    Ctrl + 6

    Ctrl + 6

    Selecting “Code” as an element type.

    Ctrl + /

    Ctrl + /

    Command + /

    Place your cursor on the text editor and press this shortcut. Then the context menu where you can select a desirable element type will appear. Using the directional key, select your element type and press the <Enter> key to configure it.

    Table Editor Shortcuts

    When editing table elements, you can use the following shortcuts.

    Table 0-4Table Editor Shortcuts

    Windows

    Linux

    Mac

    Descriptions

    Tab

    Tab

    Tab

    Moving the cursor location to the right cell. If there is no cell on the right, then the cursor will be moved to the left-most cell of the next line.

    Shift + Tab

    Shift + Tab

    Shift + Tab

    Moving the cursor location to the left cell. If there is no cell on the left, then the cursor will be moved to the right-most cell of the previous line.

    Ctrl + X

    Ctrl + X

    Command + X

    Cutting the content of selected cells.

    Ctrl + C

    Ctrl + C

    CMD + C

    Copying the content of selected cells.

    Ctrl + V

    Ctrl + V

    Command + V

    Pasting the content of copied or cut cells.

    Backspace

    Backspace

    -

    Deleting the content of selected cells.

    Delete

    Delete

    Delete

    Deleting the content of selected cells.

    Up

    Up

    Up

    Moving the cursor to the above cell.

    Down

    Down

    Down

    Moving the cursor to the below cell.

    Left

    Left

    Left

    Moving the cursor location to the left cell. If there is no cell on the left, then the cursor will be moved to the right-most cell of the previous line.

    Right

    Right

    Right

    Moving the cursor location to the right cell. If there is no cell on the right, then the cursor will be moved to the left-most cell of the next line.

    0.3PDF Page Layout Shortcuts

    When editing the PDF page layout, you can use the following shortcuts.

    Table 0-5PDF Page Layout Shortcuts

    Windows

    Linux

    Mac

    Descriptions

    Ctrl + C

    Ctrl + C

    Command + C

    Copying a selected item.

    Ctrl + V

    Ctrl + V

    Command + V

    Pasting a selected item.

    Delete

    Delete

    Delete

    Deleting a selected item.

    Up

    Up

    Up

    Moving a selected item to 1px higher.

    Down

    Down

    Down

    Moving a selected item to 1px lower.

    Left

    Left

    Left

    Moving a selected item to the left by 1px.

    Right

    Right

    Right

    Moving a selected item to the right by 1px.

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