Undo, redo, and other shortcut key functions
The following are functions that are not displayed as buttons in the toolbar of the text editor, but you can use them with their shortcut key combinations. To learn about the keyboard shortcuts in the new content editor, see Keyboard shortcut functions.
|To reverse your last action, press CTRL+Z.
You can reverse more than one action.
|To reverse your last Undo, press CTRL+Y.
You can reverse more than one action that has been undone.
You can use Redo command only after Undo command.
|To perform a function on all the content in the text editor, you need to select it all.
Place the cursor anywhere in the text editor and press CTRL+A.
| Select the desired text and press CTRL+C to copy it in the clipboard.
| Place the cursor anywhere in the text editor and press CTRL+V to insert the copied text from the clipboard.
|To view the text editor in full screen mode, press F11.
To exit the full screen mode, press F11 again.
NOTE: For users with Mac keyboards, use the Command button instead of Ctrl