Unlock the full power of your Wacom device. Learn how to customize time-saving ExpressKeys and other shortcuts to use your Wacom tablet or monitor more efficiently.
- Hi, I'm Mark Simon. Now let's save some time with Wacom's ExpressKeys. (jazzy music) So you have a new Wacom monitor or tablet. It's easy to draw on, but you see all those buttons known as ExpressKeys and the sliders and you may not know what they all do or even what they could possibly do. It's so easy to just start drawing and keep using the same software menus and keyboard shortcuts that you've always used that you probably never tried all the great time saving extras that Wacom's already created just for you.
It took me years to discover the benefits of the fantastic ExpressKeys, the hidden onscreen controls, gestures, and the newer Wacom remote. I'll take you through the benefits of all these Wacom shortcuts, touch on the defaults that Wacom's already designed to help your productivity, how to further customize these shortcuts, and we'll also cover some awesome shortcut ideas for specific programs like Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Storyboard Pro, PowerPoint and many others.
So let's get started. (fly buzzing) - Help me!
- The benefits of ExpressKeys
- ExpressKeys defaults
- Customizing ExpressKeys
- Using shortcuts for ExpressKeys in different software programs
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. ExpressKey Benefits
2. ExpressKey Defaults
3. Customizing Wacom ExpressKeys
4. ExpressKey Shortcuts for Specific Software
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