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ERA-IGNITE Keyboard Shortcuts

Article Highlights:

  • Speed your work by learning the most common keyboard shortcuts.
  • Print the reference sheet to help you find the shortcuts fast.

Keyboard shortcuts can do wonders for your everyday tasks. Below are the most common shortcuts you can use to speed up your work in ERA-IGNITE.

Hot Keys Description:

F1 – Help Help
F2 – Lookup or List Activate drop down list
F5 – Search Starts search function
F9 – Add New Add new record window displays
F12 – Update or Select Update/Save a record
Alt-End Access Application Navigator
Alt-(Letter) Access drop down menus at top of screen
Alt-Tab Moves through open windows
Ctrl-A Move to the beginning of a field
Ctrl-B Browse backwards
Ctrl-C Copy highlighted text
Ctrl-F Browse forward
Ctrl-S New search screen
Ctrl-U Undo current field
Ctrl-V Paste text
Ctrl-X Cut highlighted text
Ctrl-Enter Move to next required field
Ctrl-Home Highlight first item in list or first cell in a table
Ctrl-Shift-Tab Move backwards through tabs on screen
Ctrl-Tab Move forward through tabs on screen
Escape Close active subscreen window
Left Arrow (Shift or Caps Lock on) Collapse current selection (“-” minus sign in SEC)
Page Down Move backwards through subscreens
Page Up Move forward through subscreens
Right Arrow (Shift or Caps Lock on) Expand current selection (“+” plus sign in SEC)
Shift-Tab Move backwards one field at a time
Spacebar Toggle items on/off (radio button or checkbox)
Tab Move one field at a time through screen

 

For more great information about how to use ERA-IGNITE in your dealership, check out the upcoming web-based and in-class training available from Reynolds Software Education.

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Jennifer McReynolds has worked in Software Education over 15 years. In addition to overseeing the training of her instructors, Jennifer reviews and updates course materials to match recent software changes.

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