Shortcut keys for drawing objects

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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) Exits Handle Selection Mode and returns to Object Selection Mode.
Up/down/left/right arrow Moves 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 Selects a point of a drawing object (in Point Selection mode) or cancels the selection.
The selected point blinks once per second.
Shift+Spacebar Selects an additional point in Point Selection mode.
Ctrl+Tab Selects the next point of the drawing object (Point Selection mode).
In Rotation mode, the center of rotation can also be selected.
Shift+Ctrl+Tab Selects the previous point of the drawing object (Point Selection mode).
Ctrl+Enter Places a new drawing object with default size in the center of the current view.
Ctrl+Enter at the Selection icon Activates the first drawing object in the document.
Esc Leaves the Point Selection mode. The drawing object is selected afterwards.
Edits 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.
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