How do I use Fusion 360 shortcuts?

Work faster and more efficiently by using the Fusion 360 keyboard shortcuts below….Canvas Selection.

Ctrl + C | Command + C Copy
Hold Shift + Click then Hold Middle Mouse Button Orbit around point
Hold Middle Mouse Button Pan
Ctrl + V | Command + V Paste
Ctrl + Y | Command + Y Redo

How do I create a shortcut in Fusion 360?

How to create keyboard shortcuts in Fusion 360

  1. In the toolbar, select the command you want to create a custom shortcut for.
  2. Hover over the right side of the command until you see the vertical ellipsis icon (i.e., three vertical dots).
  3. Click the virtual ellipsis icon, then select “Change keyboard shortcut”.

What is the fastest way to learn keyboard shortcuts?

Check the Help menu—for most apps, you can find a list of keyboard shortcuts in the help documentation. Check menus—in many apps, you will see available keyboard shortcuts displayed on the right, next to the action in the menu. If you’re using a Google app, CMD + / or CTRL + / will show most Google keyboard shortcuts.

How do you write text in Fusion 360?

How To Create Text on a Path in Fusion 360

  1. Select Create Sketch from the SOLID tab and select a plane.
  2. From the Sketch tab, select the CREATE dropdown and select Text.
  3. From the TEXT dialogue, select the Type dropdown and choose Text On Path.
  4. OR, right-click on the edge of curved (2D) geometry and select Text On Path.

Can you assign custom keyboard shortcuts to Fusion 360 commands?

Once you find your command, hover for a second, then hit the three vertical dots (shown below). Pick your favorite key or combo of keys to set as your new custom keyboard shortcut.

Why are shortcuts useful?

Efficiency. Using keyboard shortcuts instead of the mouse enables you to work faster, more efficiently and with increased precision, thereby saving you time and improving your productivity. As well, for those with mobility or vision disabilities, keyboard shortcuts are indispensable. Ergonomics.