Customizes the keyboard by specifying shortcut keys.
To customize shortcut keys:
With a document open, click Tools,
Customize, or right-click in the
window border and select Customize.
On the Keyboard
tab, customize the shortcuts as described below, then click OK.
Display and Document the Shortcuts
Display All Commands, one of the
main menus, or Others. Others
includes orientations, FeatureManager design tree commands, relations,
icons with shortcuts appear in Tools.
only commands with shortcuts assigned. Displays the commands within
the selected category that have shortcuts assigned.
for. Filters the Command
field as you type.
List. Click to open the Microsoft Print
Setup dialog box and print the selected list with columns for Category, Command,
List. Click to copy the selected list to the clipboard so you can
paste it into documents such as Word or Excel.
to Defaults. Returns keyboard options to the system defaults.
key or key combination.
If a shortcut key is already assigned, a message informs
you. If you choose to use the shortcut for the new command, it is removed
from the old command.
Letters are shown in uppercase. For example, if you hold down Ctrl
and press m, Ctrl+M
is displayed. If you hold down Ctrl
and press Shift and m,
Ctrl+Shift+M is displayed.
When executing keyboard shortcuts, Caps
Lock does not imply Shift
and does not affect the shortcuts.
To remove a shortcut,
select its command and click Remove Shortcut.
reset all shortcuts to the system defaults, click Reset
abandon current changes, click Cancel.