Yes (see attached)
I think I discuss how I add or change some of them in this paper http://home.pct.edu/~jmather/skillsusa%20universit
"In the Customize dialog box, Keyboard tab, use Copy to Clipboard to copy a list of command names and their assigned aliases and shortcuts to the clipboard. You can paste this data into an Excel spreadsheet or any word processor." WikiHelp - Custom shortcut keys
I've also attached Single and Multiple key lists in a few different formats.
I like JD's short cut suggestions (see the link in his post) for sketch constraints using punctuation keys and symbols. I tried assigning different Display Modes (Shaded, Shaded with edges, Shaded with Hidden edges) to the keyboard numbers. In 2011 it works out just about right as there are about 9 display modes. This is very useful; it gives me an easy way to see things differently.
1. With Inventor as Windows active application, press the F11 key which brings up the VBA Editor then go to the File menu > Load Project... > select ShorCuts.ivb
2. Go to Inventor > Tools > Macros > select ShortCuts_ExportToExcel > Run button
I can't seem to get this ivb file imported into my VBA editor. I choose load project, browse to the file, pick it and choose open. Then nothing happens. When I look at my list of macro's there's no additional macros there.
Am I missing something? Using IV2012.
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