Basic Controls


Keyboard Functions

 FunctionShortcut key
ViewPanShift+middle mouse button
 RotateShift+left mouse button
 Rotate around view pointShift+Ctrl+left mouse button
 ZoomShift+right mouse button
 Zoom AllA
 Zoom PreviousP
 Zoom Extents (Search the drawing/model limits)Shift+A
 Zoom Area to New WindowShift+F
 Refresh (Zoom Extents, Redraw)F5
 Zoom InF6
 Zoom OutF7
 Remove Hidden LinesCtrl+H
 Remove hidden lines in the drawing and update the text macrosShift+F5
 Show/hide graphic symbols of geometric constraintsF9
 Open NewCtrl+N
 Zoom Area to New WindowShift+F
 Close window, minimize window of drawing-model pairCtrl+F4
Model presentationRender a modelShift+P
Drawing-model PairToggle Between 2D And 3DF2
Project, FileNew ProjectCtrl+N
 Open a ProjectCtrl+O
 Save File AsCtrl+E
 Browse the Projects in the Project ArchiveCtrl+J
SelectionAll elements, all items on a listCtrl+A
 The sub branches under a branch in the object treeCtrl+B
 Click the right mouse buttonEnter
Working with selected objectCopyInsert
 Copy to ClipboardCtrl+C
 Paste from clipboardCtrl+V
 Cut to ClipboardCtrl+X
 Hide from ModelH
 Restore HiddenShift+Ctrl+H
 Center PointC
 To apparent intersection point of two lines (2D)Shift+D
 Through SurfaceW
 Grid Points><
Relative SnapLineShift+Z
 Reset relative offset coordinates = Set Local OriginQ
Locking the CursorX axis U
 Y Axis I
 Z AxisO
 Plane Normal (3D)N
 Direction of given angle (2D)Shift+G
 Change the direction of the snap point of a locked cursorJ
 Release a locked cursorF
Cursor AppearanceCoordinate CursorK
 Crosshair CursorShift+H
Rotate element on xy plane45°Page Up, Page Down
PrintingPrint the contents of a drawing or model windowCtrl+P
HelpOpen helpF1
  • You can rotate an object by using the keyboard commands when the ../user/SETUP file contains the keyword set.vertex.grouparrowrotate= 2.