88 PSPad Keyboard Shortcuts

for Windows

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File Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcut keys
New file Ctrl + N
Open Ctrl + O
Open Active File with New Name Ctrl + D
Restore the last closed file Ctrl + Alt + Z
Open in HEX Editor Ctrl + Shift + O
Reopen Active File Ctrl + R
Save Ctrl + S
Save All Ctrl + Shift + S
Save As F12
Save Without changing the File Date Ctrl + Alt + S
Print Ctrl + P
Print Preview Alt + P
Close Ctrl + F4
Compile Ctrl + F9
Exit Ctrl + Alt + F4
Exit with ESC Esc
Run1 F9
Run2 Alt + F9
Run3 Shift + F9

Edit Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcut keys
Copy Ctrl + C
Paste Ctrl + V
Cut Ctrl + X
Paste Without Cursor Change Ctrl + Shift + V
Undo Ctrl + Z
Redo Ctrl + Shift + Z
Select All Ctrl + A
Select-String Ctrl + Shift + ‘
Select matching bracket Ctrl + Shift + M
SelString2 Ctrl + ‘
CopyEx Ctrl + Insert
CutEx Shift + Delete
PasteEx Shift + Insert
Block Selection F8

Format Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcut keys
Justify Left Ctrl + Alt + Left Arrow key
Justify Right Ctrl + Alt + Right Arrow key
Capitalize Ctrl + Alt + T
Add/Remove Comment Ctrl + Shift + A
Indent Block Ctrl + Shift + I
To Lower Case Ctrl + Alt + L
Reformat (paragraph=blank line) Ctrl + K
Reformat (paragraph=short line) Ctrl + Shift + K
UnIndent Block Ctrl + Shift + U
To Upper Case Ctrl + Alt + U

Search Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcuts
Find Ctrl + F
Find Next F3
Find Previous Shift + F3
Previous Occurrence of Current Word Ctrl + Shift + Up Arrow key
Next Occurrence of Current Word Ctrl + Shift + Down Arrow key
Goto Line Ctrl + G
Incremental Search Ctrl + E
Matching Bracket Ctrl + M
Replace Ctrl + H

Show Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcuts
Code Explorer window Ctrl + Shift + E
Show/hide panel F2
Word Wrap Lines Ctrl + W

HTML Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcuts
Color Selector window Alt + C
HTML Page Preview F10
Select TAG Ctrl + Shift + T
HTMLCheck Ctrl + F10
WebPrev Ctrl + Shift + F10

Tools Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcuts
Character Table Alt + A
Auto-Completion Ctrl + J
Clipboard Monitor window Alt + M
Show Clips Ctrl + Spacebar
Insert Text into Lines Alt + I
Repeat the last command Alt + Q
Spell Check F7
Spell Settings Ctrl + F7
ClipRun Shift + Spacebar

Macros Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcuts
Macro Manager Ctrl + Shift + F5
MakroRecord Ctrl + F5
Makro1Play F5
Makro2Play F6
Makro3Play Alt + F6
Makro4Play Ctrl + Alt + F6

Bookmark Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcuts
Delete Bookmark Alt + Right Arrow key
Next Bookmark Alt + Down Arrow key
Bookmark List Ctrl + Shift + B
Previous Bookmark Alt + Up Arrow key
Set/Delete Bookmark Alt + Left Arrow key

Project Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcuts
Tool Panel Ctrl + F2
Remove File from Project Ctrl + Shift + Delete
Rename F2

Others PSPad Shortcuts

Action PSPad Shortcuts
Whole words only Ctrl + Shift + Up & Down Arrow key
Help for Language Alt + F1
Insert Date and Time Alt + D
Create Clip from Block Ctrl + Alt + Spacebar
View Source Ctrl + Shift + G


Here are some commonly asked questions about PSPad shortcuts:

What are the keyboard shortcuts for PSPad?

  • Ctrl + N: Create a new file
  • Ctrl + O: Open a file
  • Ctrl + S: Save the current file
  • Ctrl + F4: Close the current file
  • Ctrl + F: Find text in the current file
  • Ctrl + H: Replace text in the current file
  • Ctrl + G: Go to a specific line in the current file
  • Ctrl + Z: Undo
  • Ctrl + Y: Redo
  • Ctrl + C: Copy selected text
  • Ctrl + X: Cut selected text
  • Ctrl + V: Paste copied or cut text
  • Ctrl + A: Select all text

How can I quickly comment or uncomment lines of code in PSPad using shortcuts?

  • Ctrl + Shift + C: Comment or uncomment selected lines using line comments (//)
  • Ctrl + Shift + B: Comment or uncomment selected lines using block comments (/* */)

How do I open the PSPad File Explorer using a shortcut?

Press Ctrl + E to open the PSPad File Explorer, which allows you to browse and navigate through files and folders.

Is there a shortcut to toggle word wrap in PSPad?

Yes, you can press Ctrl + W to toggle word wrap in PSPad.



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