Assigns or edits the shortcut keys for LibreOffice commands, or LibreOffice Basic macros.
You can assign or edit shortcut keys for the current application or for all LibreOffice applications. To assign a key for all applications, choose the LibreOffice radio button in the top right corner.
To assign or modify a shortcut key: select a command in the Function list, select the key combination to be assigned in the Shortcut Keys list, then click Modify.
If the selected function already has a shortcut key, it is displayed in the Keys list. It is possible to assign the same function to more than one key.
A shortcut key assigned to a particular application overrides the shortcut key setting made in LibreOffice for all applications.
Avoid assigning shortcut keys that are currently used by your operating system.
Lists the shortcut keys and the associated commands. When inside this panel, use a shortcut key to quickly jump to it.
Lists the function categories and the LibreOffice functions that you can assign shortcut keys to.
Lists the available function categories. To assign shortcuts to Styles, open the "Styles" category.
Lists functions that can be assigned to a shortcut key.
Displays the shortcut keys that are assigned to the selected function.
Displays shortcut keys that are common to all LibreOffice applications.
Displays shortcut keys for the current LibreOffice application.
Assigns the key combination selected in the Shortcut keys list to the command selected in the Function list.
Deletes the selected element or elements without requiring confirmation.
Replaces the shortcut key configuration with one that was previously saved.
Saves the current shortcut key configuration, so that you can load it later.