Originlab Origin 2020 raccourcis clavier

Originlab Origin 2020

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
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Ctrl + E

Open the Open dialog.

Ctrl + N

Open the New dialog.

Ctrl + O

Open the Open dialog.

Ctrl + P

Open the Print dialog.

Ctrl + S

Save current project. (If project has never been saved, then open Save As.. dialog)

Ctrl + F4

Close the active worksheet / graph / matrix window

Ctrl + F6

Activate the next window.

Alt + 1

Open the Project Explorer.

Alt + 2

Open the Results Log.

Alt + 3

Open the Command Window.

Alt + 4

Open the Code Builder.

Alt + 5

Open the Quick Help.

Alt + 6

Open the Messages Log.

Alt + 7

Open the Smart Hint Log.

Alt + 8

Open the Object Manager.

Alt + 9

Open the Apps.

Alt + ↑   Maj + 3

Open the Script Window.

Ctrl + Alt + Z

Go back to the previous activated window.

F2

Rename selected item in Project Explorer. If window is selected, change window Short Name (SN)/Long Name (LN), depending on which name you set when last time you used the in-place edit mode to rename window. You can also use Ctrl + N to switch between LN and SN

Ctrl + N

Switch between LN (Long Name) and SN (Short Name) toggle mode when in-place editing workbook name in Project Explorer.

F3

Open the Find dialog for the selected folder when active Project Explorer.

Ctrl + β­Ύ Tab

Navigate between different windows in the same folder.

Alt + ↑   Maj + R

Update Origin from external Excel in Origin.

Ctrl + K

Open the ASCII dialog. (Worksheet, Matrixsheet, Graph)

Ctrl + 3

Open the Import Wizard. (Worksheet, Matrix, Graph)

Ctrl + 4

Re-import Directly

Ctrl + T

Open the Customize dialog.

Ctrl + U

Open the Options dialog.

F7

Open the Theme Organizer.

F8

Open the Fitting Function Builder.

F9

Open the Fitting Function Organizer.

F10

Open the App Center.

F11

Open the Learning Center.

Ctrl + F

Open the Find tab of the Find and Replace dialog. (Workbook, Graph)

Ctrl + F

Open the simple Find dialog. (Notes)

Ctrl + G

Open the dlgRowColGoto dialog box. (Workbook)

Ctrl + H

Open the Replace tab of the Find and Replace dialog. (Workbook, Matrix)

Ctrl + H

Open the simple Replace dialog. (Notes)

Ctrl + V

Paste from the Clipboard.

Ctrl + X

Cut the selected object(s). (May also add to Clipboard)

Ctrl + Z

Undo the last action.

Ctrl + Alt + B

Switch to the Button Edit Mode.

Ctrl + Alt + V

When an object has been copied.

Suppr

When an object has been selected.

Ctrl + Suppr

When worksheet cell(s) has been selected

Alt +

When an object has been selected.

Alt + X

When entering special characters into text labels and worksheet cells, enter the Unicode four-digit hex value and immediately press ALT + X.

Ctrl + C

Copy

Ctrl + Alt + C

Select cells in the matrix / worksheet window.

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + C

When one or multiple columns are highlighted, copy the column(s) with label rows.

Ctrl + J

When one or multiple columns are highlighted, copy the column(s) with formula.

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + J

When one or multiple columns are highlighted, just copy label rows of the column(s).

Ctrl + Alt + J

When one or multiple columns are highlighted, copy the column(s) with label rows and formula.

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + A

When one or multiple columns are highlighted, copy the column(s) with data, label rows and formula.

Ctrl + D

Open the Add New Columns dialog box. (Workbook, Matrix)

Ctrl + H

With the text object selected in in-place editing mode, open the Insert Variable dialog.

Ctrl + M

While editing cell contents, opens the Character Map.

Ctrl + Q

Open the Set Values dialog. (Worksheet, Matrix)

Ctrl + Y

Open the NLFit dialog. (Worksheet, Graph)

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + Q

Open the Set Values - Multiple Columns dialog. (Worksheet)

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + U

Hide/show formula row in the worksheet.

F4

Open the Worksheet Properties dialog.

Ctrl + Debut

Go to the cell in row 1, column 1 of the active sheet.

Ctrl + End

Go to the cell in the last occupied column and last occupied row in the active sheet.

Ctrl + Pg PrΓ©c / Suiv

Navigate between different worksheets within the current workbook.

Ctrl + ↓

Go to the last occupied cell in the column.†

Ctrl + ↑

Go to the first occupied cell in the column.†

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + ←

Extend the selection to the leftmost occupied cell in the row.†

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + β†’

Extend the selection to the rightmost occupied cell in the row.†

↑   Maj + β†’

Select the column to the left or right of the currently-selected column. Each press of the arrow key selects another column. Hold to scroll selection.

↑   Maj + ↑  β†“

Select the row up or down from the currently-selected row. Each press of the arrow key selects another row. Hold to scroll selection.

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + ↓

Extend the selection to the last occupied cell in the column.†

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + ↑

Extend the selection to the first occupied cell in the column.†

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + Debut

Extend selection to the cell in row 1, column 1.

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + End

Extend selection to the last cell in the rightmost occupied column, then to the last occupied row in the sheet.

† can be disrupted by blank cells or missing values.
Ctrl + Q

Open the Set Values dialog. (Worksheet, Matrix)

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + C

(When a matrix is active) Show Column/Row

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + D

(When a matrix is active in image mode) View data mode

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + I

(When a matrix is active in data mode) View image mode

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + N

(When Matrix is active) Show image thumbnails

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + T

(When a matrix or image is active) Region of Interest Tools

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + X

Show the real X/Y value in current matrix

Ctrl + A

Select all layers in current graphs. If the window is Layout, then select all objects(label, graph, worksheet...).

Ctrl + • Entrée

(With the text object selected in in-place editing mode) Exit in-place editing mode

Ctrl + G

Open Import and Export:expGraph (graph export) dialog for current graph window.

Ctrl + H

With the text object selected in in-place editing mode, open the Insert Variable dialog.

Ctrl + J

(With Graph or Layout window active) Copy Page

Ctrl + Alt + J

(With Graph or Layout window active) Copy Page as Picture

Ctrl + L

Reconstruct a Graph Legend. (Graph).

Ctrl + R

Adjust scales to show all data in graph. (Graph)

Ctrl + M

(With a text object selected in in-place editing mode) Open the Symbol Map dialog

Ctrl + Y

Open the NLFit dialog. (Worksheet, Graph)

Ctrl + 1

(When a Graph window or Layout window is active) Page View

Ctrl + 2

(When a Graph window or Layout window is active) Print View

Ctrl + 4

(When a Graph window is active) Sets cursor to Data Selection mode

`

(When a Graph window is active. If Scale In tool has been used, Scale Out once for each Scale In step) Scale out

1

(When a Graph window is active) Sets cursor to Scale In mode

2

(When a Graph window or layout window is active. Click on page to read coordinates) Sets cursor to Screen Reader mode

3

(When a Graph window is active. Click on data point to read data coordinates) Sets cursor to Data Reader mode

4

(When a Graph window is active. Click on dataplot to draw markers. Position then double-click or press Enter to set) Sets cursor to Data Selection mode

5

(When a Graph window is active. Double-click on graph to set a data point. Repeat as needed. Press Esc when done) Sets cursor to Draw Data mode

6

(When a Graph window is active. Click on graph to establish text location and type. Click outside text object when done) Sets cursor to Add Text Tool

7

(When a Graph window is active. Click and drag in graph to draw an Arrow object) Sets cursor to Arrow Tool

8

(When a Graph window is active on current graph window) Sets cursor to Curved Arrow Tool

9

(When a Graph window is active. Start to add line on current graph window) Line Tool(with graph active)

F2

Open the Page Properties page of Plot Details dialog for current graph window.

F2

With the text object selected, enter the in-place editing mode.

F5

Refresh the graph window after redrawn (Graph)

F12

Open the Layer Contents dialog for current graph window.

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + J

When a graph is active, activate full screen view

↑  β†“

When the data reader is being used on graph window, switch plot

Following shortcuts assume that the Pointer tool is selected, unless otherwise indicated.
Panning on the Graph, Layout, Matrix in Image View
A + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Pan the graph page

Zoom In/ Out the Graph, Layout, Matrix in Image View
Ctrl + I

View: Zoom in

Ctrl + M

View: Zoom out

A + +

Zoom in and out

ou A + -
ou A +
ou R + +
ou R + -
ou S + +
ou S + -
ou R or S +
ou Ctrl +
Ctrl + W

View whole page

Panning on the Graph Layer
X +

Panning in X direction only

ou X + ←  β†’
ou X + +
ou X + -
X + ↑   Maj +

Panning in Y direction only

ou X + ↑   Maj + ↑  β†“
ou X + ↑   Maj + +
ou X + ↑   Maj + -
Scale In or Out on the Graph Layer
Z +

Scale in or out in X direction only

ou Z + +
ou Z + -
Z + ↑   Maj +

Scale in or out in Y direction only

ou Z + ↑   Maj + +
ou Z + ↑   Maj + -
Ctrl +

(click on zoom in tool and drag) Creates a new graph window named Enlarged that plots only that portion of the original graph inside a light gray region-of-interest.

Q

Add a frame

Resize, Rotate and Skew the 3D Graph
Ctrl + A

Select all graph layers and in a 3D openGL graph. This has the effect of showing the 3D floating button group. Once the button group is displayed, use the Tab key to cycle through available tools.

← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Move the graph layer (including all attached objects) on the graph page.

Resize a 3D graph with aspect ratio retained.
X + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Resize the 3D graph in the X direction.

Y + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Resize the 3D graph in the Y dimension.

Z + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Resize the 3D graph in the Z dimension.

↑   Maj + X + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Resize the 3D graph in the YZ plane.

↑   Maj + Y + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Resize the 3D graph in the XZ plane.

↑   Maj + Z + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Resize the 3D graph in the XY plane.

W + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Resize the 3D graph in any dimension.

Rotate 3D graphs with the 3D floating buttons
X + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Rotate the 3D graph around the X axis.

Y + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Rotate the 3D graph around the Y axis.

Z + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Rotate the 3D graph around the Z axis.

Q + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Rotate the 3D graph in screen.

W + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Rotate the 3D graph around any axes.

Rotate 3D graphs using the R key
R +

Drag to rotate the 3D graph in an arbitrary direction.

R + Ctrl +

Rotate the 3D graph around the X axis.

ou R + Ctrl + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“
R + ↑   Maj +

Rotate the 3D graph around the Y axis.

ou R + ↑   Maj + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“
R + Ctrl + ↑   Maj +

Rotate the 3D graph around the Z axis.

ou R + Ctrl + ↑   Maj + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“
Shear the 3D graph in X/Y direction
X + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Shear the 3D graph in X direction.

Y + ← β†‘ β†’ β†“

Shear the 3D graph in Y direction.

Switch the operation button
β­Ύ Tab

Switch the operation button on the 3D floating button group (Move or resize the area button/Resize button/ Rotate button/ Skew button)

Control the increment speed factor
I

Increase the speed factor in increment of 5%

D

Decrease the speed factor in increment of 5%

S +

Change lighting angles in horizontal and vertical planes

ou S + arrrowkeys
O

Output the current result.

N

Output the results for all curves in active layer.

L

Output the results for all layers.

Ctrl + B

Toggle Bold on & off

Ctrl + G

Greek interpretation of characters

Ctrl + I

Toggle Italic on & off

Ctrl + U

Toggle Underline on & off

Ctrl + >

Selected text: Increase Font

ou Ctrl + ↑   Maj + .
Ctrl + <

Selected text: Decrease Font

ou Ctrl + ↑   Maj + ,
Ctrl + Num +

Selected text: Superscript

ou Ctrl + ↑   Maj + =
Ctrl + =

Selected text: Subscript

Ctrl + Num -

Selected text: SuperSubscript

Ctrl + '

Add a full height prime symbol.

ou Ctrl + P
Ctrl + ↑   Maj + '

Add a full height double prime symbol.

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + P

Add a full height prime symbol.

Ctrl + Alt + M

Select data plot in graph window.

Ctrl + Alt + N

Clear Data Markers

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + M

(When a range of data is marked and do an analysis) Hide analysis markers

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + F

(After performing fitting on graph) Data->Lock Position->First Point

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + K

(After performing fitting on graph) Data->Lock Position->Layer Icon

Ctrl + ↑   Maj + L

(After performing fitting on graph) Data->Lock Position->Last Point

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Nom du programme: Originlab Origin 2020 Originlab Origin 2020 (Scientifique)

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Dernière mise à jour: 05 avr. 2020

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