Are you a keyboard shortcut user?
I am if the shortcut is 2 keys or less, but if I have to press more than 3 keys at a time to activate a shortcut, it’s easier for me to click the mouse button to select it from the menu. Each user will develop their own method and use what works best for them.
I have my favorite shortcuts such as Ctrl+G for grouping and holding the Alt key down to drag a copy away, but there are many more keyboard shortcuts in the Silhouette Studio software.
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2 places to find a list of these shortcuts:
Silhouette Studio Handbook
The Silhouette Studio Handbook can be found in the Silhouette Design Store HERE.
This handbook is free and comes in several languages.
Once you have checked out, this handbook is synced to the Silhouette Studio Library and can be accessed from there. Double click on it and it will open up a PDF document.
The keyboard shortcuts are found at the of the manual before the Index.
Silhouette Studio User Manual
These shortcuts can be found under the Help > User’s Manual in the Silhouette Studio software.
The keyboard shortcuts are on the last page of the User Manual.
There are times that a shortcut may or may not work the same as when this User Manual was created, but for the most part, this guide is pretty accurate.
Print this shortcut guide out and have it as a handy reference if you are a shortcut kind of person.
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