CKEditor 5 keyboard shortcuts

CKEditor 5

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
47 days ago
- Shortcuts
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Ctrl + C

Copy

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Ctrl + V

Paste

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Ctrl + ↑   Shift + V

Paste plain text and inherit target formatting

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Ctrl + Z

Undo

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Ctrl + Y

Redo

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or Ctrl + ↑   Shift + Z
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Ctrl + A

Select all

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Ctrl + B

Bold

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Ctrl + I

Italic

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Ctrl + K

Link

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⤶ Enter

Insert a hard break (e.g. a new paragraph)

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↑   Shift + ⤶ Enter

Insert a soft break (i.e. a
)

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Tab

Nest the current list item (when in a list)

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then

Move out of link or inline style

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or then
When a widget is selected (for example: image, table, horizontal line, etc.)
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⤶ Enter

Insert a new paragraph directly after a widget

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↑   Shift + ⤶ Enter

Insert a new paragraph directly before a widget

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Display the caret to allow typing directly before a widget

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or
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Display the caret to allow typing directly after a widget

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or
In a table cell
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Tab

Move the selection to the next cell

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↑   Shift + Tab

Move the selection to the previous cell

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Tab

Insert a new table row (when in the last cell of a table)

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← ↑ → ↓

Navigate through the table

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Esc

Close contextual balloons and UI components like dropdowns

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Tab

Move focus to the visible contextual balloon

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Tab

Move focus between fields (inputs and buttons) in contextual balloons

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Alt + F10

Move focus to the toolbar

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← ↑ → ↓

Navigate through the toolbar

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⤶ Enter

Execute the currently focused button

These aren not keyboard shortcuts but may help you quickly entering specific symbols and formatting text.
Type (tm) to enter ™
Type (1/2) to enter ½
Type (->) to enter →
Type "foo" to enter “foo”
For a bulleted list, start a line with * or - followed by space
For a numbered list, start a line with 1. or 1) followed by space
For a to-do list, start a line with [ ] or [x] followed by space, to instert an unchecked or checked item, respectively.
Start a line with # or ## or ### followed by a space to create a heading 1, heading 2 or heading 3
To make a text bold, type **text** or __text__
To make a text italic, type *text* or _text
To make a text code style, type `text`
To apply strikethrough style, type ~~text~~
Sources: ckeditor.com (1, 2)

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Program information

Program name: CKEditor 5 CKEditor 5 (Web applications)

CKEditor is a "WYSIWYG" text editor that allows writing content inside web pages or online applications. It is available under open source and commercial licenses.

Web page: ckeditor.com/ckeditor-5

How easy to press shortcuts: 88%

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Updated: Updated program information. (2 updates.) 6/17/2021 10:11:11 AM New program added.
6/17/2021 10:13:06 AM Updated program information.

Shortcut count: 31

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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