Keyboard Shortcuts


Keyboard commands can save you time and energy during a Linear document review or to efficiently use your computer without a mouse.

How To Use Keyboard Shortcuts

When clicking the Title of a document, the Document Viewer page will open the full document view, and also a listing of up to 25 of the documents displayed in the Browse view. Code the first of the 25 documents listed, and then use the shortcuts listed in the table (below). For example, to move to the next document instead of clicking on the Save and Auto-Advance checkbox,  use the keyboard shortcut Alt+S.

Keyboards and Mouse Shortcuts

See the table below for a list of keyboard and mouse shortcuts inline with the Document Viewer page, as used in Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer (IE10), and Safari as used in Windows. LEP supports the two most recent browser versions of Internet Explorer and Firefox for the Windows and Safari and Firefox for the Mac.
Keyboard Commands
Windows Platform

Internet Explorer
  Move within Doc & Disc fields
 Tab key  Tab key  Tab key
  Save & Next Doc hyperlink
 N/A  N/A  Alt+S
  Undo text (text-box)
 Ctrl+Z  Ctrl+Z   Ctrl+Z
  Copy (text, words, etc.)
    Ctrl+C        Ctrl+C         Ctrl+C
  Paste (text, words, etc.)     Ctrl+V        Ctrl+V         Ctrl+V
  Cut (text, words, etc.)     Ctrl+X        Ctrl+X         Ctrl+X
  Redo text (text-box)
 N/A  Ctrl+Y   Ctrl+Y
  Find in This Page
 Ctrl+F  Ctrl+F   Ctrl+F
  Go to Search Bar (Web Search)  Ctrl+E  Ctrl+K , Ctrl+E  Ctrl+K , Ctrl+E
  Move Up 1 Page (Pdf tab)
 N/A  N/A  Page Up
  Move Down 1 Page (Pdf tab)
 N/A  Page Down
  Full Screen View
 F11  F11  F11
  Refresh Page    
  F5  F5 F5
  View Downloads
 Ctrl+J  Ctrl+J
  Text Size Decrease (Zoom Out) Ctrl+-
 Ctrl+-  Ctrl+-
  Text Size Increase (Zoom In)  Ctrl++  Ctrl++  Ctrl++

Keyboard Commands
Mac Platform

  Move within Doc & Disc fields
      Tab key  Tab key  Tab key
  Undo text (text-box)
Command-Z Command-Z  Command-Z
  Redo text (text-box)
 Command-Y   Command-Y   Command-Y
  Find in This Page
Command-Space bar  Command-Space bar  Command-Space bar
  Move Up 1 Page (Pdf tab)
 Shift-Up Arrow  Shift-Up Arrow Shift-Up Arrow
  Move Down 1 Page (Pdf tab)
 Shift-Down Arrow  Shift-Down Arrow Shift-Down Arrow
  Hide/Unhide Screen View
 fn+F11 fn+F11 fn+F11
  Refresh Page    
fn+F5 fn+F5 fn+F5
  Quit a browser
Command + Q
 Command + Q Command + Q
  Text Size Decrease (Zoom Out) Command-Minus (–)  Command-Minus (–) Command-Minus (–)
  Text Size Increase (Zoom In)  Command-Minus (+)  Command-Minus (+)  Command-Minus (+)
  Copy selected item/text to the Clipboard  Command-C  Command-C  Command-C
  Paste selected item/text to the Clipboard  Command-V  Command-V  Command-V
  Cut  selected item/text to the Clipboard  Command-X  Command-X  Command-X
  Select all items in the front Finder window   (or desktop if no window is open)  Command-A  Command-A
  Minimize window  Command-M  Command-M  Command-M
  Open new window  Command-N  Command-N  Command-N
  Add to Sidebar      N/A  Command-T  Command-T
  Move to beginning of line/paragraph  Control-A
  Move to end of line/paragraph  Control-E  Control-E  Control-E
  Capture the screen to a file  Command-Shift-3  Command-Shift-3  Command-Shift-3
  Close a file and its associated windows  Command-Shift-W  Command-Shift-W  Command-Shift-W

Operating System 

The keyboard and shortcuts can vary depending on the operating system used.  For example, on Mac OS X the Cmd key is the '⌘' symbol, as opposed to Windows that uses the Ctrl key. In Windows, Alt key could be either Cmd or Opt keys in Mac OS X.