Shortcut Keys for Oracle – {A Complete List}

Oracle: Oracle Database is the first Database designed for computing. It is the largest vendor in the IT market. It is built on top of SQL, a standardized programming language that database administrators, data analysts, and other IT professionals used to manage databases and queries to store them. Furthermore, it is available only for licensing in four separate editions that provide different levels of functionality and scalability. In this article, we will learn about Shortcut Keys used in oracle. Let’s get into this article.


Last Updated on Dec3, 2021.

Shortcut Keys for Oracle:

Shortcuts Functions
F3 Used to make the duplicate item.
F4 Make use of this key to duplicate the record.
F5 Use this key to the clear field.
F6 To insert the record, use this key.
F7 In order to enter the query, use this key.
F8 If you want to execute the query, use this key.
Ctrl+Q This key is used to exit the query.
F9 To list the values, use this key.
F10 Use this key to commit.
Ctrl+P To print the database, use this key.
Page Up This key is used to scroll up.
Page Down Make use of this key to scroll down.
Use this key to previous the record.
It will go to the next record.


This article will show the list of Shortcut keys for Oracle with its brief explanations. Hope that this article is helpful to you. If you have any doubts/queries, drop them in the below section.

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