Welcome again to another illuminating post specializing in SOLIDWORKS Electrical. Albert Einstein said, "The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking." When adapting something new, such as SOLIDWORKS Electrical, there are many benefits to the software and the processes that it improves. We, as humans, are creatures of habit. Listed below are directions and a map and ledger that explains keyboard short cuts within SOLIDWORKS Electrical and directions on how to customize them to your liking. Being able to use a keyboard to help drive SOLIDWORKS Electrical is a common question that is received.
Double click the SOLIDWORKS Electrical Icon on your Desktop
Once SOLIDWORKS Electrical is open Choose the down arrow on the far right side of the Quick Access Toolbar and select "More Commands"
Once in the Customize Screen, choose the keyboard tab.
Choose which command you would like to add a keyboard shortcut to. Highlight it in the menu on the left hand side of the window. Next Press the key combination on your keyboard (in this case SHIFT + M) to be chosen to be the shortcut for the Projects Manager. Then click Assign.
CAUTION: Always use either, SHIFT, CTRL, ALT, before a letter or else you may have some unintended consequences when typing in the software.
Repeat Step 4 Until you have assigned all of the keyboard shortcuts that you desire to have. Be sure to change the Category in the Customize window to gain access to another set of commands. When complete click close.