Assign a Shortcut Key - SmartSketch - Help

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Engineering and Schematics
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SmartSketch
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Help
Version_SPEM_custom
9.0.0
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9.0(2015)
  1. Click Tools > Customize Keyboard.

  2. In the Customize Keyboard dialog box, click the command category that you want in the Categories list.

  3. In the Commands box, click the command to which you want to assign a shortcut key.

  4. Press the shortcut key combination you want to assign. For example, press CTRL and the key.

    • You cannot use a single letter or alpha character (like "T"). You must begin each shortcut key combinations with CTRL, ALT, or a function key.

    • The following keys cannot be used to define the shortcut key combination:

      • Punctuation keys

      • Divide

      • Plus

      • Multiply

      • Shift

      • Scroll Lock

      • Pause

      • Num Lock

  5. Click OK to save the shortcut key combination.

  • To remove a shortcut key, select a command in the Commands list that has a shortcut key and then click Clear.

  • You can also assign a shortcut key combination to a custom command:

    1. In the Categories list, select Custom Commands.

    2. Type the ProgID for the custom command in the Progid box, and then click Add to add the ProgID to the Commands list.

    3. Press the shortcut key combination you want to assign, and then click OK.

    4. Shortcut key mappings are saved locally in <APPDATA>\SmartSketch\SmartKeysMappings.txt. You can share these mappings among multiple SmartSketch users by placing a copy of the SmartKeysMappings.txt file on a server and then referencing it with a UNC path. In the registry of each user's local machine, modify the  HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Intergraph\Applications\SmartSketch.Application\PrefSets\AddIns\SmartKeysManager\MapFile value so that it points to the file in the server location.

See Also

Customize Keyboard Dialog Box