Wacom ExpressKeys are pre-set to support your work in most programs. Learn all the defaults you already have access to.
- Regardless of how awesome the ExpressKey settings are,…they don't do you any good unless you know what they can do.…(upbeat music)…Now, you can see the defaults by pulling up…your Wacom tablet property window,…and then select your device.…Here I'm working on the Cintiq 22HD Touch.…Then select functions, and then, all others.…Like here, I've got Photoshop,…so I don't want to see things that are set up…specific for Photoshop, I'm gonna stick with all other,…and then on the tab on the window down below,…make sure you're selecting ExpressKeys.…
Now, if you have a Wacom tablet like I do…that has ExpressKeys on the left and the right,…you'll see two different tabs because it'll show you…how they're set up separately.…For some monitors, you can also click on the i icon…up on top to pull up a cheat sheet.…It's an overlay that shows you very quickly…what each one is, I use that actually quite often myself.…And the sample files that I provided…for this course, if you have access to them,…also detail all the defaults,…
- The benefits of ExpressKeys
- ExpressKeys defaults
- Customizing ExpressKeys
- Using shortcuts for ExpressKeys in different software programs
Skill Level Intermediate
Illustrator: Using Wacom Tabletswith Kevin Stohlmeyer48m 28s Beginner
Using Wacom Tablets with Photoshopwith Kevin Stohlmeyer47m 39s Intermediate
1. ExpressKey Benefits
2. ExpressKey Defaults
3. Customizing Wacom ExpressKeys
4. ExpressKey Shortcuts for Specific Software
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