If you’re using Stke, Keyboard shortcuts can be a huge time-saver. Here are some of our favorites:
1. to jump to the last opened tab, press Control+Shift+T (Mac) or Ctrl+Shift+T (Windows).
2. To quickly search for text in any open document, press Command+F (Mac) or Ctrl+F (Windows).
3. To quickly copy text from one document to another, press Command+C (Mac) or Ctrl+C (Windows).
4. To change the font size of any text in an open document, press Option (Mac) or Alt (Windows).
5. To change the font color of any text in an open document, press Command+U (Mac) or Ctrl+U (Windows).
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If you’re a frequent visitor to Stke, then you’ll likely be familiar with the keyboard shortcuts available. Here are a few of our favorites to get you started:
Ctrl + O: Opens the Options dialog box
Ctrl + S: Opens the Save As dialog box
Ctrl + F: Finds the next text string in the document
If you’re a Stke user, you’re probably familiar with some of the shortcuts that come pre-installed on your keyboard. But what about the ones that don’t? Here are a few keyboard shortcuts that can help make your life as a Stke user a little easier.
1. To open the journal, press ‘j’.
2. To jump to the next article in your journal, press ‘k’.
3. To move to the previous article in your journal, press ‘l’.
4. To advance to the next page in your journal, press ‘p’.
5. To go back to the previous page in your journal, press ‘q’.
6. To zoom in on an image or map, press ‘z’.
7. To zoom out from an image or map, press ‘x’.
If you’re a science student, chances are you’re also using a computer for research. Here are some useful keyboard shortcuts to help you speed up your work.
1. To open a new document in your editor of choice, press “Ctrl + N” (or use the menu bar).
2. To quickly paste text from one document into another, press “Ctrl + V” (or use the menu bar).
3. To zoom in or out on a document, use the mouse wheel or the “+” and “-” keys on your keyboard, respectively.