Thursday, March 15, 2012

Shortcut keys in AX 2012

Breakpoints
Command
Shortcut key
Remove all breakpoints.
CTRL+SHIFT+F9
Insert or remove a breakpoint.
F9
Enable or disable a breakpoint.
CTRL+F9
Open the Breakpoints dialog.
SHIFT+F9

Compilation and Help
Command
Shortcut key
Open the Scripts menu.
Scripts icon
Open Help.
F1
Show method parameter help.
CTRL+SHIFT+SPACEBAR
Execute the current job.
F5
Compile.
F7
Compile and close a method.
F8
Stop method execution (break).
CTRL+BREAK
Insert a file.
CTRL+ALT+H

Delete
Command
Shortcut key
Delete from the cursor to the end of the line.
Use SHIFT+END to select to end of line and then DELETE
Delete word to the right of the cursor.
CTRL+DELETE
Delete the word to the left of the cursor.
CTRL+BACKSPACE
Delete the current line.
CTRL+X (with cursor in line, no selection)

Edit
Command
Shortcut key
Insert script.
<SCRIPT NAME>
Insert document header.
///
Comment selection.
CTRL+E, C
Uncomment selection.
CTRL+E, U
Convert selection to lowercase.
CTRL+SHIFT+U
Convert selection to uppercase.
CTRL+U
Display all methods and properties for a selected class.
CTRL+SPACEBAR
Copy selection.
CTRL+C (with text selected)
Copy line.
CTRL+C (with cursor in line, no selection

Find and Replace
Command
Shortcut key
Open the Find dialog.
CTRL+F
Open the Replace dialog.
CTRL+R
Start incremental search..
CTRL+I
Move to next incremental search match in method.
CTRL+I
Reverse the incremental search direction.
CTRL+Shift+I
Remove a character from the incremental search string.
BACKSPACE
Stop the incremental search.
ESC

Go To
Command
Shortcut key
Go to a specific line.
CTRL+G
Go to the next page.
PAGE UP
Go to the previous page.
PAGE DOWN
Go to the top of the code.
CTRL+HOME
Go to the bottom of the code.
CTRL+END
Go to the start of line.
HOME
Go to the end of line.
END
Move one word to the left.
CTRL+LEFT ARROW
Move one word to the right.
CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
Go to the method definition.
F12
Go to the next error message.
F4

Lookup
Command
Shortcut key
Look up a label.
CTRL+ALT+SPACEBAR
Show label text.
CTRL+L
Look up a definition.
F12
Show the syntax of a method or property.
CTRL+SPACEBAR

Save
Command
Shortcut key
Save the selected text to a separate file.
ALT+S
Close the current TAB, discarding all changes since the last save.
F6
Close and save the current code editor window.
F8
Close the current window.
CTRL+F4

Select
Command
Shortcut key
Select all.
CTRL+A
Cancel a selection.
ESC
Select columns.
ALT+MOUSE SELECT
Select a line.
ALT+L
Select one word to the left.
CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT ARROW
Select one word to the right.
CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Select text from the cursor to the start of the line.
SHIFT+HOME
Select text from the cursor to the end of the line.
SHIFT+END
Select the previous page.
SHIFT+PAGE UP
Select the next page.
SHIFT+PAGE DOWN
Select text from the cursor to the top of the code.
CTRL+SHIFT+HOME
Select text from the cursor to the bottom of the code.
CTRL+SHIFT+END
Indent the selected text.
TAB
Remove indentation.
SHIFT+TAB
Select area/column/block
ALT+MOUSE SELECT
Cancel selection
ESC
Show white space
CTRL+SHIFT+S

Undo and Redo
Command
Shortcut key
Undo the last action.
CTRL+Z (previous ten actions)
Redo the last action after an Undo.
CTRL+Y (previous ten actions)

AOT
Command
Shortcut key
Open the AOT
CTRL+D
Open a new Development Workspace
CTRL+SHIFT+W
Open a new Application Workspace
CTRL+W
Save all
CTRL+SHIFT+S
Select all application objects in a node
Select one or more application objects under a top-level node, and then press CTRL+A
Open the editor for an application object
CTRL+SHIFT+F2
Open the editor for a query or table
CTRL+O
Open the Comparison tool
Select one or more application objects, and then press CTRL+G
Compile an application object
F7
Go to the previous node
UP ARROW
Go to the next node
DOWN ARROW
Move the node up
ALT+UP ARROW
Move the node down
ALT+DOWN ARROW
Expand the current node
RIGHT ARROW
Collapse the current node
LEFT ARROW
Select multiple items
CTRL
Cancel the selection of an additional item
CTRL+SPACEBAR
Open the Properties sheet
ALT+ENTER
Open the Import dialog box
Select one or more application objects, and then press CTRL+SHIFT+I
Open the Find dialog box to find an element in the AOT
CTRL+F
Open the Help documentation for an element in the AOT
F1

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