Learning Shortcuts

Community Beginner ,
Dec 21, 2020 Dec 21, 2020

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I want to try to learn/memorize program shortcuts quickly.

 

Is there someway possible to do this in a short amount of time, or is it more something that takes a while over time while getting used to workflow?

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 21, 2020 Dec 21, 2020
Hi, on this page you can find all the keyboard shortcuts for Adobe Illustrator. Default keyboard shortcuts | Illustrator However, to be able to memorize all the shortcuts quickly is practice. The more you work with the software, the faster you get.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 21, 2020 Dec 21, 2020
I would try to memorize the shortcuts for the tools and actions you use the most frequently. It would be a waste of time to memorize shortcuts for things you hardly use.

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 21, 2020 Dec 21, 2020
What Ton said. And then: when you don't remember a shortcut, go to the menu and look it up. But then don't select the function from the menu, but instead let go the mouse and use the shortcut. So you don't just read it, but use it. Also you might be more motivated to memorize the shortcut, because you don't want to do this all the time 

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Hi, on this page you can find all the keyboard shortcuts for Adobe Illustrator. Default keyboard shortcuts | Illustrator

However, to be able to memorize all the shortcuts quickly is practice. The more you work with the software, the faster you get.

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I would try to memorize the shortcuts for the tools and actions you use the most frequently.

It would be a waste of time to memorize shortcuts for things you hardly use.

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What Ton said.

And then: when you don't remember a shortcut, go to the menu and look it up. But then don't select the function from the menu, but instead let go the mouse and use the shortcut. So you don't just read it, but use it. Also you might be more motivated to memorize the shortcut, because you don't want to do this all the time 😄

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