39 Author-It Keyboard Shortcuts

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Most Used Author-It Shortcuts

Action Author-It Shortcuts
Undo Ctrl + Z
Redo Ctrl + Y
Cut Ctrl + X
Copy Ctrl + C
Paste Ctrl + V
Save changes within a topic Ctrl + S
Select All Ctrl + A
Find Ctrl + F
Replace Ctrl + H
Insert Hyperlink Ctrl + K
Duplicate Ctrl + D
Open the properties for the selected folder or object when the library explorer has the focus Ctrl + P
Print a topic when the cursor is in the open topic or the topic is selected in the book’s content pane (on-premises only) Ctrl + P
Opens the Quick Search window Ctrl + Q
Displays the previous topic in the Editor Ctrl + <
Displays next topic in Editor Ctrl + >
Insert Non-breaking Hyphen Ctrl + Shift + –
Insert Non-breaking Space Ctrl + Shift + Spacebar
Show/Hide Control Characters Ctrl + Shift + 8
Remove Character Style Ctrl + Spacebar
Expand or Collapse the Ribbon Bar Ctrl + F1
Opens the File Menu in the Library Explorer or in the Editor (depending on which has the focus) Alt + F
Opens the Author ribbon and displays the keyboard shortcuts in the Library Explorer (when the Explorer has the focus) Alt + A
Opens the Edit ribbon and displays the keyboard shortcuts in the Editor (when the Editor has the focus) Alt + E
Minimizes the Author screen when running in browser mode. Alt + Page Down key
Maximizes Author screens when running in browser mode. Note that the Author will cycle through all open screens. Alt + Page Up key
Help F1
Refresh F5
Spell Check F7
Close Window Alt + F4
Toggle Case Shift + F3
Delete or Remove Selected Objects or Text Delete
Insert directly above the object Shift
Insert demoted, as a child of the object Alt
Insert a copy directly below the object Ctrl
Insert a copy directly above the object Ctrl + Shift
Insert a copy demoted, as a child of the object Ctrl + Alt
Press Alt to display tab shortcuts. Press again to return focus to the content Alt
Expand / Collapse ribbon Ctrl + F1



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