What are the shortcut commands?

What are the shortcut commands?

List of basic computer shortcut keys:

  • Alt + F–File menu options in the current program.
  • Alt + E–Edits options in the current program.
  • F1–Universal help (for any sort of program).
  • Ctrl + A–Selects all text.
  • Ctrl + X–Cuts the selected item.
  • Ctrl + Del–Cut selected item.
  • Ctrl + C–Copy the selected item.

How do I create a shortcut in AutoCAD?

Click the plus sign (+) next to the Shortcut Keys node to expand it. Do one of the following: To create a shortcut key, in the Command List pane, drag a command to the Shortcut Keys node in the Customizations In pane. To modify a shortcut key, select a shortcut key from under the Shortcut Keys node.

What is the shortcut key for explode command in AutoCAD?

One-key shortcuts

Q QSAVE / Saves the current drawing.
X EXPLODE / Breaks a compound object into its component objects.
E ERASE / Removes objects from a drawing.
D DIMSTYLE / Creates and modifies dimension styles.
C CIRCLE / Creates a circle.

How do you customize a shortcut?

Go to File > Options > Customize Ribbon. At the bottom of the Customize the Ribbon and keyboard shortcuts pane, select Customize. In the Save changes in box, select the current document name or template that you want to save the keyboard shortcut changes in.

What is the shortcut key of spline command?

B-Spline tool keyboard shortcuts in Motion

Action Shortcut
Adjust a B-Spline point bias Command-drag a B-Spline point
Switch a B-Spline point bias Command-click a B-Spline point
Cancel shape drawing and delete the open shape Escape
Exit shape-drawing mode Return

What is the full form of auto cad?

www.autodesk.com/products/autocad/overview. AutoCAD is a commercial computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting software application.

What are the editing commands in CAD?

Essential Commands of Modify Panel in AutoCAD

  • Move (M+Enter)
  • Rotate (RO+Enter)
  • Copy (CO+Enter)
  • Mirror (M+Enter)
  • Stretch.
  • Scale (SC+Enter)
  • Trim (TR+Enter)
  • Extend (EX+Enter)