KeePass keyboard shortcuts

KeePass

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- Shortcuts
Ctrl + I

Duplicate entry

Del

Delete entry / group

⤶ Enter

Edit / view entry

Ctrl + A

Select all

Ctrl + F

Find

Ctrl + N

New

Ctrl + O

Open

Ctrl + ↑   Shift + O

Open URL

Ctrl + S

Save

Ctrl + W

Close

Ctrl + P

Print

Ctrl + L

Lock workspace

Ctrl + Q

Exit program

F1

Help

Ctrl + Alt + A

Global auto-type

Ctrl + Alt + K

Show KeePass window

Additional shortcut for "auto-typing selected entry" can be set under Integration tab of Options window.
Ctrl + S

Save

Esc

Close

Ctrl + Z

Undo

Ctrl + Y

Redo

Ctrl + A

Select all

Ctrl + F

Find

Ctrl + B

Bold

Ctrl + I

Italic

Ctrl + U

Underline

Ctrl + L

Align left

Ctrl + E

Align center

Ctrl + R

Align right


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Program information

Program name: KeePass KeePass (Security)

KeePass is a free password manager primarily for Windows. It stores user names, passwords and other fields in a encrypted file. This file can be protected by a master password, key file or Windows account details.

Web page: keepass.info

Last update: 27 Jan 2020

Updated: Added some shortcuts. (2 updates.) 1/27/2020 12:18:03 PM Added some shortcuts.
1/27/2020 12:20:25 PM Added some shortcuts.

Shortcut count: 28

How easy to press shortcuts: 86%

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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Pavlos Alekizoglou says: 9 months ago 1/30/2020 11:25 AM
Hello
i have been using keepass forever.
It's great.
BUT
i constantly have an issue:
Since i use it a lot and also have a few thousands of entries, i use CTRL E (quick find) a lot.
Because E is near W, there are times i accidentally press W and the db closes.
So i wish i could stop the CTRL W functionality or change it or anything but to close the db.

Thanks

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk Admin says in reply to : 9 months ago 1/30/2020 11:47 AM
This is not a real answer but CTRL + W generally means "close" in various programs (and you can't change them all easily). Sure, I think it could be better if developers give us an option or use a shortcut like Ctrl+F4 to close the current database.

https://defkey.com/what-means/ctrl-w