Daftar Umum Shortcut Keys di LibreOffice

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Shortcut keys for controlling dialogs

Shortcut Keys

Effect

Enter key

Activates the focused button in a dialog

Esc

Terminates the action or dialog. If in LibreOffice Help: goes up one level.

Spacebar

Toggles the focused check box in a dialog.

Arrow keys

Changes the active control field in an option section of a dialog.

Tab

Advances focus to the next section or element in a dialog.

Shift+Tab

Moves the focus to the previous section or element in a dialog.

Alt+Down Arrow

Opens the list of the control field currently selected in a dialog. These shortcut keys apply not only to combo boxes but also to icon buttons with pop-up menus. Close an opened list by pressing the Escape key.

Shortcut keys for controlling documents and windows

Shortcut Keys

Effect

Ctrl+O

Opens a document.

Ctrl+S

Saves the current document.

Ctrl+N

Creates a new document.

Ctrl+Shift+N

Opens Templates and Documents dialog.

Ctrl+P

Prints document.

Ctrl+F

Activates the Find toolbar.

Ctrl+H

Calls the Find & Replace dialog.

Ctrl+Shift+F

Searches for the last entered search term.

Ctrl+Shift+J

Toggles the view between fullscreen mode and normal mode in Writer or Calc

Ctrl+Shift+R

Redraws the document view.

Ctrl+Shift+I

Enable or disable the selection cursor in read-only text.

F1

Starts the LibreOffice Help

In the LibreOffice Help: jumps to main help page.

Shift+F1

Context Help

Shift+F2

Turns on Extended Tips for the currently selected command, icon or control.

F6

Sets focus in next subwindow (for example, document/data source view)

Shift+F6

Sets focus in previous subwindow.

F10

Activates the first menu (File menu)

Shift+F10

Opens the context menu.

Ctrl+F4 or Alt+F4

Closes the current document (close LibreOffice when the last open document is closed)

Ctrl+Q

Exits application.

Shortcut keys for editing or formatting documents

Shortcut Keys

Effect

Ctrl+Tab

When positioned at the start of a header, a tab is inserted.

Enter (if an OLE object is selected)

Activates the selected OLE object.

Enter (if a drawing object or text object is selected)

Activates text input mode.

Ctrl+X

Cuts out the selected elements.

Ctrl+C

Copies the selected items.

Ctrl+V

Pastes from the clipboard.

Ctrl+Alt+Shift+V

Pastes unformatted text from the clipboard. The text is pasted using the format that exists at the insertion point.

Ctrl+Shift+V

Opens the Paste Special dialog.

Ctrl+A

Selects all.

Ctrl+Z

Undoes last action.

Ctrl+Y

Redoes last action.

Ctrl+Shift+Y

Repeats last command.

Ctrl+I

The Italic attribute is applied to the selected area. If the cursor is positioned in a word, this word is also marked in italic.

Ctrl+B

The Bold attribute is applied to the selected area. If the cursor is positioned in a word, this word is also put in bold.

Ctrl+U

The Underlined attribute is applied to the selected area. If the cursor is positioned in a word, this word is also underlined.

Ctrl+M

Removes direct formatting from selected text or objects (as in Format – Clear Direct Formatting)

Shortcut keys in the Gallery

Shortcut keys

Result

Tab

Moves between areas.

Shift+Tab

Moves between areas (backwards)

Shortcut keys in the New Theme area of the Gallery:

Shortcut keys

Result

Up Arrow

Moves the selection up one.

Down Arrow

Moves the selection down.

Ctrl+Enter

Opens the Properties dialog.

Shift+F10

Opens a context menu.

Ctrl+U

Refreshes the selected theme.

Ctrl+R

Opens the Enter Title dialog.

Ctrl+D

Deletes the selected theme.

Insert

Inserts a new theme

Shortcut keys in the Gallery preview area:

Shortcut keys

Result

Home

Jumps to the first entry.

End

Jumps to the last entry.

Left Arrow

Selects the next Gallery element on the left.

Right Arrow

Selects the next Gallery element on the right.

Up Arrow

Selects the next Gallery element above.

Down Arrow

Selects the next Gallery element below.

Page Up

Scroll up one screen.

Page Down

Scroll down one screen.

Ctrl+Shift+Insert

Inserts the selected object as a linked object into the current document.

Ctrl+I

Inserts a copy of the selected object into the current document.

Ctrl+T

Opens the Enter Title dialog.

Ctrl+P

Switches between themes view and object view.

Spacebar

Switches between themes view and object view.

Enter

Switches between themes view and object view.

Step backward (only in object view)

Switches back to main overview.

Selecting Rows and Columns in a Database Table (opened by F4)

Shortcut keys

Result

Spacebar

Toggles row selection, except when the row is in edit mode.

Ctrl+Spacebar

Toggles row selection

Shift+Spacebar

Selects the current column

Ctrl+Page Up

Moves pointer to the first row

Ctrl+Page Down

Moves pointer to the last row

Shortcut Keys for Drawing Objects

Shortcut keys

Result

Select the toolbar with F6. Use the Down Arrow and Right Arrow to select the desired toolbar icon and press Ctrl+Enter

Inserts a Drawing Object.

Select the document with Ctrl+F6 and press Tab

Selects a Drawing Object.

Tab

Selects the next Drawing Object.

Shift+Tab

Selects the previous Drawing Object.

Ctrl+Home

Selects the first Drawing Object.

Ctrl+End

Selects the last Drawing Object.

Esc

Ends Drawing Object selection.

Esc (in Handle Selection Mode)

Exit Handle Selection Mode and return to Object Selection Mode.

Up/Down/Left/Right Arrow

Move the selected point (the snap-to-grid functions are temporarily disabled, but end points still snap to each other).

Alt+Up/Down/Left/Right Arrow

Moves the selected Drawing Object one pixel (in Selection Mode)

Re-sizes a Drawing Object (in Handle Selection Mode)

Rotates a Drawing Object (in Rotation Mode)

Opens the properties dialog for a Drawing Object.

Activates the Point Selection mode for the selected drawing object.

Spacebar

Select a point of a drawing object (in Point Selection mode) / Cancel selection.

The selected point blinks once per second.

Shift+Spacebar

Select an additional point in Point Selection mode.

Ctrl+Tab

Select the next point of the drawing object (Point Selection mode)

In Rotation mode, the center of rotation can also be selected.

Ctrl+Shift+Tab

Select the previous point of the drawing object (Point Selection mode)

Ctrl+Enter

A new drawing object with default size is placed in the center of the current view.

Ctrl+Enter at the Selection icon

Activates the first drawing object in the document.

Esc

Leave the Point Selection mode. The drawing object is selected afterwards.

Edit a point of a drawing object (Point Edit mode)

Any text or numerical key

If a drawing object is selected, switches to edit mode and places the cursor at the end of the text in the drawing object. A printable character is inserted.

Alt key while creating or scaling a graphic object

The position of the object’s center is fixed.

Shift key while creating or scaling a graphic object

The ratio of the object’s width to height is fixed.

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