Shortcuts of the keyboard and of the mouse

A shortcut is a way of doing one thing in a simpler way.

For example, if you want to duplicate an object, there is the long waywhich is:

first selecting the object, moving your mouse to the copy button then moving your mouse to the position or page where you want to have the duplicate, then move your mouse to the paste or duplicate button.

The short way would be to select the object, press CTRL-C, move to the position where you want the object, press CTRL-V. Done in half the time.

So here the most used keyboard shortcuts

CTRL C: Copy the selected object

CTRL V: Paste the previously copied object.

CTRL S: Save the document (do this as often as you think about)

CTRL Z: Undo the last action

CTRL Y: Redo the previous action

CTRL B: Bold the selected text

CTRL I: Italic the selected text

Mouse Shortcuts

The most used would be this one:

CTRL+mouse roller: This will zoom the page while you are rolling your mouse middle button in one direction or the other.