You can display a list of the keyboard shortcuts that map to your computer terminal's keyboard at any time.
Note: Rather than list the actual keys for a keyboard shortcut, we refer to keyboard shortcuts in this guide using the format [Function] where Function represents the function that the keyboard shortcut performs.
Attention: In addition to keyboard shortcuts, you can also invoke functions that are identical to specific menu items by choosing buttons from the toolbar. The toolbar replicates many commonly used menu items so you can invoke their actions quickly without having to search for them in the menu bar.
Attention: Depending on your GUI environment, you can also invoke menu items using keystroke combinations that are different from the keyboard shortcuts described above. For example, each menu item is identified by a unique underlined character. You can press a function key that invokes the menu, and then type in the underlined character of the menu item you want to invoke. For example, the function key in Windows that invokes the menu is [Alt]. To choose Print... from the Action menu, you enter [Alt] [A] [P], where A is underlined in Action and P is underlined in Print....