Evernote Staff gbarry 2,656 Posted November 21, 2011 Evernote Staff Share Posted November 21, 2011 Evernote maintains an extensive (and searchable) knowledge base on each of our platforms and products. The KB Spotlight is a regular forum feature that helps educate and cross-pollinate knowledge base articles with our user forum.As always, your comments are welcome!Windows Keyboard ShortcutsGlobalYou can use those system-wide shortcuts while working in any application (provided Evernote is running). You can redefine these shortcuts in Tools > Options > Global Hot Keys tab.Ctrl + Alt + N Switch to Evernote and immediately create a new noteWin + PrintScreen Start screen capture modeEsc Cancel screen captureWin + A Clip selectedWin + Shift + F Start a new Evernote searchCtrl + Alt + V Paste clipboard into Evernote as a new noteApplication-WideThese shortcuts are available when the Evernote application is active.Ctrl + Alt + N Switch to Evernote and immediately create a new note.F1 Open online help web page in default browserF9 Start synchronization with the ServiceCtrl + N Create a new noteAlt + F4 Esc Close child windows and hide main window (minimize to tray)Ctrl + Q Exit applicationF6 Ctrl + Alt + F If search box is empty, move focus to it, otherwise start search and move to first highlighted keywordCtrl + Shift + A Reset searchF10 Toggle display of left panelF11 Toggle display of note listCtrl + F11 Toggle display of note panelCtrl + F10 Toggle display of the search explanationF5 Cycle through note list views (Table, Mixed, Thumbnails)Ctrl + F5 Set note list to Table viewCtrl + F6 Set note list to Mixed viewCtrl + F7 Set note list to Thumbnails viewF8 Toggle display of note info panelCtrl + F8 Toggle display of note editing toolbarF2 Rename focused notebook, note, tag or saved searchF3 Set focus to the tag field of the active noteCtrl + Shift + N Create a new notebookCtrl + Shift + T Create a new tagCtrl + Shift + S Create a new saved searchCtrl + Alt + T Assign tagsF7 Start spell-checkingNote ListThese shortcuts will function properly when the note list panel has focus. Shortcuts for note-level operations (e.g., email, tag, print) will work even if the note panel does not have focus.Up Go to to previous noteDown Go to next notePage Up Scroll list up one pagePage Down Scroll list down one pageHome Go to the first note in listEnd Go to the last note in listDelete Move selected notes to trashCtrl + A Select all notesCtrl + Enter Open the selected note in a separate window (Alt + F4 to close window)Ctrl + Shift + E Send selected notes by emailCtrl + P Open Print dialog for selected notesCtrl + F2 Open print preview window for selected notesEnter Places focus in the note editor of the selected note.Ctrl + Alt + T Open "Assign Tags" dialogSide PanelThese shortcuts will function when the side panel (notebook list, tag list, etc.) has focus.Up Move focus to the previous item in the tree within a section (notebooks, tags, ...)Down Move focus to the next item in the tree within a section (notebooks, tags, ...)Right Expand the item that have sub-itemsLeft Collapse the item that have sub-items if it is not collapsed yetCtrl + Down Arrow Move to the next item without selecting itCtrl + Up Arrow Move to the previous item without selecting itSpace Select the focused item exclusively, unselecting all other itemsCtrl + Space Select the focused item (notebook,tag and attributes allow toggling selection on and off while notebooks, saved searches and trash can be only selected)Delete Delete selected (or focused, if there is no selection) notebook, tag or saved searchNote EditorThese shortcuts will work when you are editing a note.F8 Toggle display of note infoCtrl + F8 Toggle display of note editing toolbarF2 Rename focused notebook, note, tag or saved searchF3 Set focus to the tag field of the active noteEsc Move focus from note editor to note listCtrl + F Search within a noteCtrl + G Enter Find nextCtrl + Shift + G Shift + Enter Find PreviousCtrl + A Select All content in the current noteCtrl + X Cut selection to clipboardCtrl + C Copy selection to clipboardCtrl + V Paste text from clipboard with the original formattingCtrl + Shft + V Paste text from clipboard as unformatted textCtrl + Z Undo last editCtrl + Y Redo last undone editCtrl + B Make selection boldCtrl + I Make selection italicCtrl + U Make selection underlinedCtrl + T Make selection striked throughCtrl + Shift + B Format selection as bulleted listCtrl + Shift + O Format selection as numbered listCtrl + D Open font dialog to change font face, size and color for selected textCtrl + Shift + > Ctrl + [ Increase font size for selected text (German keyboard: Ctrl + Shift + .)Ctrl + Shift + < Ctrl + ] Decrease font size for selected text (German keyboard: Ctrl + Shift + ,)Ctrl + Space Remove formattingCtrl + M Tab Increase indent for current paragraph (or for selection)Ctrl + Shift + M Shift + Tab Decrease indent for current paragraph (or for selection)Ctrl + L Align current paragraph (or selection) leftCtrl + R Align current paragraph (or selection) rightCtrl + E Center current paragraph (or selection)Ctrl + J Justify current paragraph (or selection)Ctrl + Shift + C Insert a "To Do" checkboxCtrl + Shift + X Open "Encrypt selection" dialog on a selected textAlt + Shift + D Ctrl + ; Insert current date and timeCtrl + Click on a hyperlink Ctrl + Enter Open hyperlink under caret.Ctrl + K Open "Add Hyperlink" dialog to create a new hyperlink from the selected textCtrl + Shift + K Open "Edit Hyperlink" dialog to edit the existing hyperlink under the caretCtrl + Shift + F9 Remove hyperlinkCtrl + S Save current note explicitly (notes are also saved automatically) Link to comment
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