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    Well, i usually print this out for the new CAD users to remind them about the F command shortcuts. I could not find one online and so i made a simple word DOC that you can print and cut out and tape to the top of your keyboard, lining the "help" up with the F1 and running along the top of the keyboard. Thus new users are constantly reminded of what F key does what. For the veterans of CAD, you can change the DOC with any customization you may have done so you will remember that functions.

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    Good Idea

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    Nice idea. There are so many lists already attached to my keyboard, monitor, desk, wall, etc. More is better!

    Keyboard labels would be an even better idea.
    I haven't seen anything that works with black keys.

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    Default Re: Keyboard helper

    Quote Originally Posted by andy.manninen View Post
    Well, i usually print this out for the new CAD users to remind them about the F command shortcuts. I could not find one online and so i made a simple word DOC that you can print and cut out and tape to the top of your keyboard, lining the "help" up with the F1 and running along the top of the keyboard. Thus new users are constantly reminded of what F key does what. For the veterans of CAD, you can change the DOC with any customization you may have done so you will remember that functions.

    :Cheers:
    This is one I have used for years and years.
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    Yes a good idea, why not help youself.

    I use the autocad keyboard wich has these shortcuts printed in the board. This is offcourse not the greatest help for a shark, but for a rookey or beginder it is very helpful to see the shortcut at the board with the same icons as in acad. All the F buttons is there aswell, likevice is the Ctrl+1, 2 and 3 for Properties, design center and toolpalettes.

    Heres a link:

    http://www.logickeyboard.com/shop/de...AD%2DCHPC%2DUS.

    I have had my keyboard for 3 years and im still happy with it.
    Last edited by claus; 2007-11-26 at 09:22 AM.

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