Replay 1: Using Keyboard Shortcuts

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Using keyboard shortcuts in Replay

Here's a list of keyboard shortcuts to help you work even faster in Articulate Replay:

Key(s)

Function

F1Help
F10Publish
Ctrl+ASelect all
Ctrl+NNew project
Ctrl+OOpen an existing project
Ctrl+SSave project
Ctrl+YRedo
Ctrl+ZUndo
TabCycle through all elements on the screen
Spacebar

If you're working in the timeline, the spacebar will play/pause the playhead.

 

If you're recording narration, the spacebar will start/pause recording.

HomeMove the playhead to the beginning of the timeline
EndMove the playhead to the end of the timeline
Arrow

If an object is selected, the left/right arrows will move the object left/right along the timeline in small increments.

 

If no object is selected, the left/right arrows will move the playhead one pixel left/right along the timeline.

Shift+ArrowMove the selected object left/right along the timeline in large increments
Ctrl+Arrow

If an object is selected, Ctrl+Arrow will move the object one pixel left/right along the timeline.

 

If no object is selected, Ctrl+Arrow will move the playhead one second left/right along the timeline.

Ctrl+Shift+Arrow

If an object is selected, Ctrl+Shift+Arrow will move the playhead one pixel left/right along the timeline.

 

If no object is selected, Ctrl+Shift+Arrow will move the playhead one second left/right along the timeline.

Mouse Wheel

Zoom in or out

Creating Your Own Keyboard Shortcuts

You can create your own keyboard shortcuts by adding features you use frequently to the Quick Access Toolbar. Just right-click the button for any Replay feature, then select Add to Quick Access Toolbar.

To launch any of the buttons on the Quick Access Toolbar via a keyboard shortcut, press and hold the Alt key on your keyboard and press the number key that matches the button you want to launch. For example, the first button on the Quick Access Toolbar is "1," the second button is "2," etc.