Join David Blatner for an in-depth discussion in this video 10. Ten quick shortcuts everyone should know, part of InDesign: 10 Essential Tips.
If you're going to be an InDesign Power user, you have got to learn…the keyboard shortcuts. Keep your hands on the keyboard if you want to be…efficient. But you don't have to learn every keyboard shortcut. …Let's start with just ten.…Ten keyboard shortcuts you have got to know. Okay, here we go. I'm going to…select this frame and this frame and I want to change the font in both of those…to the same thing. I'm going to change it to Minion Pro. How am I going to do it?…Well, keyboard shortcut number 1 is T, T for the Type tool and the Type tool is…cool because even though I have selected these frames with the Selection tool,…I can still switch to the Type tool to change their font and if I do this it…changes the font for all the text in all of these unthreaded frames. But how am…I going to get up to that control panel to change them?…Well, that bring us the keyboard shortcut number 2. Command+6. Command+6 or…Ctrl+6 on a Windows, always jumps to the first field in the control panel. Now…I can just type Min and I'm ready or I could make some changes as well. Maybe I…
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