There appears to be a lack of documentation on keyboard accelerators (hotkeys) for Creo 3.0. I scoured the help documentation and even opened a case with PTC. Neither one could provide anything. Here are the accelerators I have located so far. Please let me know if you find other ones. Thanks.
|Ctrl+K||Hyperlink||Add, edit, or remove a hyperlink to the selected text.|
|Ctrl+G||Regenerate||Regenerate the model. In drawing mode also redraws all views.|
|Ctrl+F||Find||Search for, filter, and select items in the model by rules.|
|Ctrl+A||Activate||Activate this window. (Should not be necessary in Creo 3 - windows are supposed to automatically activate.)|
|Ctrl+N||New||Create a new model|
|Ctrl+O||Open||Open an existing model.|
|Ctrl+S||Save||Save the opened model.|
|Ctrl+P||Print the active object.|
Undo the last action. (Only valid for certain actions.)
|Ctrl+Y||Redo||Redo the last action. (Only possible if undo was used. Not "repeat".)|
|Ctrl+V||Paste||Paste (Not the same as "paste special".)|
Ctrl+D :- for standard orientation or default orientation
F10 ot Al t:- to activate shortcut keys for all options..only from pro/e 5.0(drawing) and all the options in creo 1.0 onwards
From what I can get Creo to do, Ctrl+D will only go to standard view. By setting config "orentation" to "user_default", one can change the standard view by a screen relative rotation about x (screen right) (config "x_angle") and then a screen relative rotation about y (screen up) (config "y_angle"). This means the the x-axis will always lie in the screen relative horizontal plane, so it is impossible to obtain a z-up isometric view. It is easy to set the default view to iso z-up. Do you know of a way to make Ctrl+D go to the default view instead of the standard view?
I'd assume most of this is still valid, but as far as I can tell, there is not a quick reference card available for Creo 3.
Since I can't edit the original post, I have converted it to a document. You can find the current version here: http://communities.ptc.com/docs/DOC-6271
Are these still true in Creo 4.0?
I noticed that Alt-F, E, D is no longer valid (Alt-File, Erase, not-Displayed).