Customize Dialog Keyboard Tab
The Keyboard tab of the Customize dialog is used to view and customize the keyboard shortcuts associated with commands. To view the key assignment(s) for a command, first choose the category and command. To assign a new shortcut, type the shortcut key into the Press new shortcut field and click Assign. To remove an assignment, select its assignment and click Remove. Click Reset All to restore all keyboard shortcuts to the default values.
Most keyboard shortcuts can be configured as described above. The following shortcuts are not configurable by the user:
Ctrl+M: Copies the current field's expanded value (with all macros expanded) to the clipboard.
Ctrl+Enter: Within a step or macro properties dialog multi-line edit control, if Enter inserts a new line in the control, Ctrl+Enter will accept changes and dismiss the dialog; if Enter accepts the dialog, Ctrl+Enter will insert a new line into the edit control.
Special treatment of the Shift and Control keys
|•||Toggles the checked status of only the clicked-on step in the step grid (by default, child steps are also toggled).|
|•||Forces items to be moved with drag and drop.|
|•||Multi-selects all items between last selected and clicked item in multi-selection grids.|
|•||Causes all child steps to be expanded when expanding collapsed steps.|
|•||Causes arrow keys to change focused item in grid without changing selection.|
|•||Forces items to be copied with drag and drop.|
Note: There are two ways to customize keyboard shortcuts in the Script Editor dialog: 1) Using the editor's Customize dialog (Tools | Customize on the dialog's menu) as described above, or 2) via the Keyboard tab of the Script Editor options dialog (Tools | Options on the Script Editor menu). The shortcuts configured via the Customize dialog take precedence, but not all editor commands are configurable from this dialog. To view or customize additional editor shortcuts, use the Options dialog. To view the key assignment(s) for a command in the Options dialog, select the command (or type a shortcut into the New key assignment field to view its currently assigned command). To assign a new shortcut, type the shortcut key into the New key assignment field and click Assign. To remove an assignment, select its assignment and click Remove. Click Reset All to restore all keyboard shortcuts to their default values.