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NX - Keyboard Shortcuts Locations

NX - Keyboard Shortcuts Locations

NX - Keyboard Shortcuts Locations

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I'm using NX 2007 and I would like to know where I can easily search for specific keyboard shortcuts. In the Customize Keyboard Menu we're given a list of categories and it's time consuming to locate exactly where each command resides.

For example, I wanted to change L to be "line" in sketch mode but I am told by NX that it is already assigned to another command. Then I have to manually comb through all of the categories to find the location of that command so that I can reassign it. Surely there is a faster way to find the shortcuts and reassign them quickly?

I am looking for something like the search option under the Commands tab in Customize but I don't think I can access the keyboard shortcut assignment through that.

Thank you

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