When it comes to having to learn only a hand full of Hotkeys, these would be my recommendation to you.
I have found through the years of working in different programs, that there is normally only a hand full of Shortcut Key that you actually need to know in order to speed up your workflow.
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Alright guys, in today's video, we're going to be looking at a few shorter keys. It's good to remember when working with true cut R D works, but before that, let's go have a quick intro first. Yes, you know that So today's video can be found on softwaretraining.co.za Seattle Today we make sure that easy to watch problem solving videos and we also have daily updates. Otherwise we're back in the programme. Yeah, Now it's a quick reminder. This is a very serious and working the shortcuts or shortcut keys and I will leave relevant links and description so you guys can follow a lot. This will, however, be the last video of this miniseries on working the shortcut. So thank you guys for following along. So it's just a quick disclaimer. This is my personal preference of which sort of shortcut keys is good to remember and to memorise. And it was all, obviously vary depending on your workflow. So for me, under the file menu, I like to actually pretty much just one you can say which is save control s, um you can try and memorise maybe, um, safe as but this programme, it does not have it, which is control shift s. So for me personally from file or the control s and under the edit menu, most of these are actually I would recommend getting familiar with, so undo control z differently. So maybe one of the most used shortcuts, um, second, to save redo is good because then if you're under too far, you know it quickly redo. But it's not as important as, um undoing itself. Then I would definitely say cut, copy, paste and delete saying that these are universal throughout most programmes. So if you get familiar with this, then any programme we work in just about it will be the same. Then select all is also in this programme. Quite a universe one control a. Then when it comes to the actual tools, um, mine, unfortunately doesn't work correctly. So if it did, I would definitely say select. It's one of them and then the ones from mine that does work, I would say easily rectangle eclipse and the text. So, um yeah, that is from the actual shortcuts when it comes to that kind of combination of hot keys for your user interface. Definitely your mouse wheel to zoom in an hour. Just giving minus zooms relative to you where your cursor is your cross There. I'm sure what you call it and then, uh, middle mouse button to pan around it is a bit buggy. However, in my opinion, as you can see your pan and then you plan a bit again and only adjust where you were lost. Otherwise, just see these buttons, but yeah, so just a quick recap on the file will be save and edit will be pretty much all of the top ones. Maybe select then under the apologists under the actual tools select rectangle this, um, eclipse. And it takes two. I would say it's good ones to remember and then under your actual user for the design area, the user interface your middle class for planning and zoom in and out with your mouth wheel. Otherwise, yeah, that concludes a little mini serious. Thank you guys following. And then if you guys head to softwaretraining.co.za hey'll see, uh, you will notice that we have a variety of different Softwares we normally cover. And also you can isolate your search on the top of right. If you do not, however, find what you're looking for. Jessica here requests a training video. Then we will make that for you. But otherwise thanks, guys, for watching and cheers.