{50+} Keyboard Cheatsheets for LibreOffice Draw!!

LibreOffice Draw: It is a diagram and vector graphic software from the LibreOffice suite. It can create flow charts, organization charts, and more. In this article, we will guide you to learn some useful Keyboard Cheatsheets for LibreOffice Draw. Let’s get into this article!!

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Last updated on July 30, 2021.

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Function keys for drawings shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
F2 Helps to add or edit text.
F3 This key will open the group to edit individual objects.
Ctrl+F3 It is used to close group editor.
Shift+F3 Helps to open the Duplicate dialog.
F4 Use this key to open the position and Size dialog.
F5 It will open the navigator.
F7 Helps to check the spelling.
Ctrl+F7 This key will open the Thesaurus.
F8 It is used to edit points on/off.
Ctrl+Shift+F8 Helps to fits to frame.
F11 Used to open styles and formatting windows.

Drawings shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
+ Helps to zoom in.
This key will zoom out.
Num* It is used to zoom in to fit the entire page on the screen.
Num/ Helps to zoom in on the current selection.
Ctrl+Shift+G Use this key to group selected objects.
It will ungroup the selected group.
Ctrl+Shift+K Helps to combine selected objects.
This key will uncombine selected objects.
Ctrl+Shift++ It is used to bring to the front.
Ctrl++ Helps to bring forward.
Ctrl+ Use this key to send backward.
Ctrl+Shift+ It will send to back.

Shortcut keys specific to drawings shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Page Up This key will switch to the previous page.
Page Down Helps to switch to next page.
Ctrl+Page Up It is used to switch to the previous layer.
Ctrl+Page Down Use this key to switch to next layer.
←↑→↓ Helps to move the selected object in the direction of the arrow key.
Ctrl+←↑→↓ It will move the page view in the direction of the arrow key.
Ctrl+ This key will (while dragging an object) Note: this shortcut key works only when the Copy when the moving option in Tools – Options – LibreOffice Draw – General is enabled (it is enabled by default). Creates a copy of the dragged object when the mouse button is released.
Ctrl+Enter Helps with keyboard focus (F6) on a drawing object icon on Tools bar Inserts a drawing object of default size into the center of the current view.
Shift+F10 It is used to open the context menu for the selected object.
F2 Use this key to enter text mode.
Enter Helps to enter text mode if a text object is selected.
Ctrl+Enter It will enter text mode if a text object is selected. If there are no text objects or if you have cycled through all the text objects on the page, a new page is inserted.
Alt This key will press the Alt key and drag with the mouse to draw or resize an object from the center of the object outward.
Alt+ Helps for an object Selects the object behind the currently selected object.
Alt+Shift+ It is used for an object Selects the object in front of the currently selected object.
Shift Use this key while selecting an object Adds or removes object to or from the selection.
Shift+ Helps to (drag while moving an object)  The movement of the selected object is constrained by multiples of 45 degrees.
Shift+ It will (drag while creating or resizing an object) Constrains the size to keep the object’s aspect ratio.
Tab Use this key to cycle through the objects on the page in the order in which they were created.
Shift+Tab Helps to cycle through the objects on the page in the reverse order in which they were created.
Esc It is used to exit the current mode.
Shortcut Function
or End
Helps to set the focus to the first/last slide.
← → It will set the focus to the next/previous slide.
Page Up This key will downset the focus to the next/previous slide.
Enter Used to change to normal mode with the active slide.

In this article, you can know about the general Keyboard Cheatsheets for LibreOffice Draw. Hope that this article is useful to you. If you have any doubts about this article, leave your feedback in the below comment box.

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