Thanks, I wished I had one of those. I've have printed out the shortcuts listed in the help menu and keep them near by.
They are: PCB Shortcuts: Use the following shortcuts to speed the routing process; BACKSPACE removes the previously placed track segment while routing a connection. * toggles through the routing layers while routing. / places a via connecting to a power plane. TAB pop up the Track properties dialog box to edit track attributes while routing. SHIFT+R cycles through the interactive routing modes. SHIFT+S toggles single-layer display mode on and off. SPACEBAR changes between track placement start and end angle modes. SHIFT+SPACEBAR cycles through the track placement modes. CTRL+SPACEBAR cycles through the connection lines connecting to a pad. CRTL temporarily suspends the electrical grid. ALT temporarily switches from Avoid Obstacle to Ignore Obstacle mode. End refreshes the display while routing. Menu Shortcuts include: Key Opens ... A Tools » Align submenu B View » Toolbars submenu D Design menu E Edit menu F File menu G Snap Grid popup menu H Help menu J Edit » Jump submenu M Edit » Move submenu O Options popup menu P Place menu R Reports menu S Edit » Select submenu T Tools menu U Tools » Unroute submenu V View menu W Window menu X Edit » DeSelect menu Z Zoom popup menu Special Mode-Dependent Keys include: TAB Opens a dialog box for the object currently being placed. Allows you to edit attributes when placing any object. Use the tab key to "edit on the fly". SPACEBAR Toggles between Start and End track placement modes; rotate item anti-clockwise during move (set step value in Preferences dialog box); abort screen redraw; change the MiniViewer magnification level. SHIFT Control acceleration during Autopan (set mode in Preferences dialog). SHIFT+SPACEBAR Toggle track placement modes; rotate item clockwise during move. ©Protel International 1999. All rights reserved. Schematic Shortcuts: The following is a list of the default schematic menu shortcut keys: Key Opens the ... A Edit » Align sub-menu B View » Toolbars sub-menu E Edit menu F File menu H Help menu J Edit » Jump sub-menu L Edit » Set Location Marks sub-menu M Edit » Move sub-menu O Options menu P Place menu R Reports menu S Edit » Select sub-menu T Tools menu V View menu W Window menu X Edit » DeSelect menu Z Zoom pop-up menu SPACEBAR to abort screen re-draws X, A to de-select all V, D to zoom to fit the sheet V, F to zoom to fit all placed objects PgUp to zoom in (zooms in around the cursor, so position the cursor first) PgDn to zoom out HOME to re-center the screen at the current cursor position END to refresh the screen TAB while an object is floating on the cursor to edit its attributes prior to placement. SPACEBAR whilst placing an object to rotate it by 90 degrees X whilst placing an object to flip it along the X axis Y whilst placing an object to flip it along the Y axis DELETE whilst laying a wire/bus/line/polygon to delete the last vertex BACKSPACE whilst laying a wire/bus/line/polygon to delete the last vertex SPACEBAR while laying a wire/bus/line to step through the placement modes ESC to escape from what you are doing when you change your mind CTRL+TAB to switch between open documents in EDA/Client ALT+TAB to switch between open applications in Windows F1 when you have a cross-hair cursor to pop up a list of shortcut keys The following is a list of the default schematic shortcut keys: CTRL+BACKSPACE Redo ALT+BACKSPACE Undo PgUp Zoom In CTRL+PgDn Zoom All PgDn Zoom Out END Redraw CTRL+HOME Jump to Origin HOME Pan SHIFT+Left Arrow Cursor Left (10x snap grid) Left Arrow Cursor Left (on snap grid) SHIFT+Up Arrow Cursor Up (10x snap grid) Up Arrow Cursor Up (on snap grid) SHIFT+Right Arrow Cursor Right (10x snap grid) Right Arrow Cursor Right (on snap grid) SHIFT+Down Arrow Cursor Down (10x snap grid) Down Arrow Cursor Down (on snap grid) SHIFT+Insert Paste CTRL+Insert Copy SHIFT+Delete Cut CTRL+Delete Clear DELETE Delete focused object CTRL+1 Zoom 100 CTRL+2 Zoom200 CTRL+4 Zoom400 CTRL+5 Zoom050 CTRL+F Find Text CTRL+G Find And Replace Text CTRL+V Align objects horizontally, through their centers CTRL+B Align objects horizontally, along their bottom edge CTRL+T Align objects horizontally, along their top edge CTRL+SHIFT+H Space objects equally horizontally CTRL+H Align objects vertically, through their centers CTRL+L Align objects vertically, along their left edge CTRL+R Align objects vertically, along their right edge CTRL+SHIFT+V Space objects equally vertically F1 Run Online Help F3 Find next text SHIFT+F4 Tile all open documents SHIFT+F5 Cascade all open documents SHIFT+CTRL+Left_Click Move single object SHIFT+Left_Click Toggle single object selection CTRL+Left_Click, then release CTRL Drag single object CTRL+Left_Hold_Down, then release CTRL Drag single object Hold CTRL while moving or dragging Disable snap grid Hold ALT while moving or dragging Constrain movement to vertical direction Hold SHIFT+ALT while moving or dragging Constrain movement to horizontal direction Left_Click Focus object Left_Dbl_Click Change object Left_Hold_Down Move object / move selection ©Protel International 1999. All rights reserved Regards, Steve Smith, C.I.D. Product Engineer Staco Energy Products Co. Web Site: www.stacoenergy.com & www.stacopower.com -----Original Message----- From: Terry Creer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, October 10, 2003 12:31 AM To: 'Protel EDA Forum' Subject: Re: [PEDA] CTL key during routing & placement & electrical grid. Ok, I've scanned and uploaded it to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/protel-users/files/ (Mousepad.jpg) If you're not registered, or don't want to register, email me and I'll send it to you... 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