Keyboard Shortcuts

Keyboard shortcuts help to streamline your experience by giving you quick access to some of the most common actions in 1010data.

The following keyboard shortcuts are available by default.

Keyboard Shortcut Action

Alt+Left Arrow

Control+Left Arrow

Command+Left Arrow

Backspace

Go back (history)

Alt+Right Arrow

Control+Right Arrow

Command+Right Arrow

Go forward (history)

Shift+Left Arrow

Shift+Right Arrow

Cycle through the open windows in your 1010data session

Control+Enter

Apply the set of actions that appear in the Edit Actions (XML) dialog

The following keyboard shortcuts are only enabled for interactive tables when Enable keyboard shortcuts is checked under the User Interface section of the Set Preferences dialog.

Keyboard Shortcut Action

f (or F)

r (or R)

Open the help topic that lists all the 1010data functions in the 1010data Reference Manual

g (or G)

Open the Search for Tables and Queries text box in the Folders and Tables browser

i (or I)

Show column information for all columns in the current table

j (or J)

Switch to previous tab (left)
Note: If the current tab is the first tab, this keyboard shortcut takes you to the last tab.

k (or K)

Switch to next tab (right)
Note: If the current tab is the last tab, this keyboard shortcut takes you to the first tab.

x (or X)

Open the Edit Actions (XML) dialog

The following keyboard shortcuts are used for finding and replacing text within the Edit Actions (XML) dialog.
Note: The cursor must be within the Edit Actions (XML) dialog in order to use these keyboard shortcuts.
Keyboard Shortcut Action

Control+F

Command+F

Search within the Edit Actions (XML) dialog for specified search text

Control+G

Command+G

Find next instance of search text in the Edit Actions (XML) dialog

Shift+Control+G

Shift+Command+G

Find previous instance of search text in the Edit Actions (XML) dialog

Shift+Control+F

Command+Option+F

Replace each occurrence of specified text within the Edit Actions (XML) dialog with replacement text

Note: The user must confirm the replacement of each occurrence.

Shift+Control+R

Shift+Command+Option+F

Replace all occurrences of specified text within the Edit Actions (XML) dialog with replacement text

Note: No confirmation is required before the replacement of all occurrences.