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This table summarizes other shortcuts that use the keyboard, mouse, or both.
Note: In these shortcuts, a + (plus sign) is used to mean and—it does not mean to press the + (plus) key.

To achieve this:

Use this shortcut:


Viewing and selecting items



Select an imposition page within a page grid

Use the Page Select tool, and click the page


Select multiple pages, sections, or marks

Press Shift + click the items, or drag a marquee around them


Select all odd, even, or ranges of pages in a run list

In the Pages List, right-click the product or part, and select an option

Use a dash to indicate a range, and use a comma to separate multiple values (1-4,9-12,21-24). Do not insert spaces.

Select a fold mark

Mac OS:  + Shift + click
Windows: Alt + click

Allows you to view and edit the fold mark properties

Zoom in and out

Roll the mouse wheel

Increases or decreases the zoom as you roll the mouse wheel

Pan your current view

Press the space bar + drag an object in the workspace

Moves the press sheet in the same way as the Pan tool




Edit a layout's page properties

Select a page in the workspace

Activates the editable text boxes in the workspace, depending on the current View menu selections, and displays the Content Page and Template Page settings in the Properties pane

Edit a layout's mark

Double-click a mark in the workspace

Displays the selected mark's settings in the Properties pane

Edit a reusable media, stock, or mark resource

Right-click the item in the corresponding list in the Resources pane

Displays a context menu from which you can choose Edit

Edit a press-run section's trims

In the workspace, select the section

Activates the editable text boxes in the workspace, depending on the current View menu selections, and displays its settings in the Properties pane

Edit a product section

From any view, select the section in the Products list.

Displays its settings in the Properties pane

Edit an imposition on a layout

Double-click the imposition

Displays the Edit Imposition dialog box

Edit a product or product part

From any view, select the product or part in the Products list.

Displays its settings in the Properties pane. Structural edits of multi-part products can be made only in the Assembly view, such as changing the page count

Edit content trim boxes

Select the page in the Pages List

Displays the page and trim boxes in the Preview pane (depending on View menu settings) and its run-list page settings in the Properties pane

Edit a press run's settings

Select the press run in the Press Runs List

Displays its settings in the Properties pane. You can also edit certain settings directly in the list row.

Edit gutters in a layout

In the workspace, select the press-run section

Displays its editable gutter or trim text boxes in the workspace and Properties pane

Edit a media's punch location

In the Media list, right-click the media, select Edit, and in the Media Configuration dialog box, click Punch Location.

Displays the Punch Location dialog box

Edit a layout's distance between the sheet edge and the media punch

In the workspace, select the stock.

Displays its settings in the Properties pane, including the editable Punch Distance

Moving items



Move a page along its axis

Press Shift + drag a page

Moves a page to a position that is on the X or Y axis of its original position. If you move the page diagonally, it snaps to its nearest original axis.

Nudge an item

Select the item and use the arrow keys

Moves the selected, unlocked page or mark in the direction of the arrow

Override the snap behavior

Mac OS: + drag
Windows: Ctrl + drag

Drags the selected page without regard to snap settings. When you release the mouse, the page remains exactly where it is instead of snapping to the nearest available grid line.

Replacing items



Replace a content page in a layout

Drag the new page over the old page until the recycle symbol appears, then drop.

Replaces that page and any other page on the press sheet that has the same template number. Retains the original template page properties for each replaced page.

Replace content on only one of multiple same-numbered template pages

Mac OS: + drag
Windows: Alt + drag

Replaces only the page with a recycling symbol on it, even if it is in a group. Does not affect any other pages with the same template page number. Assigns the next available template page number to the new page. Works only for pages dragged from the file list.

Replace a stock or media in a layout

Double-click the new item in the Stock or Media list

Replaces a stock or media without removing any placed pages

Replace a press-run layout

Double-click the new template signature in the Templates list

Removes any placed pages and replaces the existing layout resources in the workspace

Replace selected file list placeholder with content

Job > Replace File Placeholder

Replaces the file placeholder with content. If the new file is larger or smaller than the placeholder, a message asks you what to do with the extra pages in the larger file.

Creating duplicates



Duplicate a selected page once

Mac OS: + drag
Windows: Alt + drag

Places a copy of the original page, with content, where you release the mouse

Duplicate a selected page via step and repeat

Mac OS: + D
Windows: Ctrl + D

Displays a dialog box with the step-and-repeat options

Duplicate a selected press run

Mac OS: + D
Windows: Ctrl + D

Adds and selects the duplicated press-run layout, without content

Copy a selected press run or ganged page

Mac OS: + C, + V
Windows: Ctrl + C, Ctrl + V

Inserts a copy of the press run or places a copy of the page where you release the mouse, with content

Deleting pages



Delete the entire selected page from a layout

Press Delete.

Deletes the selected template page and its content. This does not affect the Files list.

Remove only the content from a selected page on a layout

Mac OS: + Delete
Windows: Alt + Delete

Removes only the selected content page and not its template page. If used on a page group, removes all the content pages and retains the template pages.

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