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nathanm
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Registered: ‎05-26-2000
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Keyboard shortcut to switch between layout tabs

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05-26-2000 08:51 AM
Is there a keyboard shortcut to switch between layout tabs? I know the ctrl+F6 to switch between open drawings, but would like to switch between layouts within the same drawing. The help and online support have been no help.

Thanks!
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pickruje
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Re: Keyboard shortcut to switch between layout tabs

05-26-2000 09:39 AM in reply to: nathanm
First I don't know of any way.

I'm trying hard to see the point though. What could possibly be shorter than a mouse click over the desired tab. If you could toggle, you would probably have to go thru more than one to get where you want. Considering the regen time I fail to see the "shortcut".

Jesse
*Fernandez, robert
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Re: Keyboard shortcut to switch between layout tabs

05-28-2000 03:23 AM in reply to: nathanm
Try Ctrl+Tab

Robert Fernandez
KEO

nathanm wrote in message
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> Is there a keyboard shortcut to switch between layout tabs? I know the
ctrl+F6 to switch between open drawings, but would like to switch between
layouts within the same drawing. The help and online support have been no
help.
>
> Thanks!
*Support], Christal Elliott [Autodesk
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Re: Keyboard shortcut to switch between layout tabs

05-31-2000 11:11 AM in reply to: nathanm
Hi Nathan - Don't think there is. We'll add this to the wish list.

It might also be helpful to have the layouts listed in the right click
pop-up menu from the layout arrows (as in Excel to move between
sheets).

On Fri, 26 May 2000 15:51:13 +0000, nathanm
wrote:

>Is there a keyboard shortcut to switch between layout tabs?
> I know the ctrl+F6 to switch between open drawings, but would
>like to switch between layouts within the same drawing. The help
>and online support have been no help.
>
>Thanks!

Christal Elliott
Autodesk Product Support, USA
WW Support and Services, Autodesk
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