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Impress Guide 7.0

Appendix A
Keyboard Shortcuts

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To previous editions.

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Publication date and software version

Published February 2021. Based on LibreOffice 7.0.

Introduction

You can use LibreOffice without requiring a pointing device, such as a mouse or trackball, by using the keyboard shortcuts that are available in Impress. Tasks as varied and complex as docking and un-docking toolbars and windows, or changing the size or position of objects can all be accomplished with using keyboard shortcuts. Although LibreOffice has an extensive set of keyboard shortcuts, each LibreOffice module has keyboard shortcuts that are specific to that module.

For help with LibreOffice keyboard shortcuts, or using LibreOffice with a keyboard only, search the LibreOffice Help using the “shortcut” or “accessibility” keywords.

In addition to using keyboard shortcuts, that are listed in this appendix, you can also define your own keyboard shortcuts. You can assign keyboard shortcuts to standard Impress functions or your own macros and save them for use with Impress only, or with the other modules in LibreOffice. To customize keyboard shortcuts to your requirements, see the Getting Started Guide for more information.

Impress keyboard shortcuts

Note

Some keyboard shortcuts are not available for computers using macOS. This is indicated in the following tables by a blank cell.

Impress functions

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

F2

F2

Switches to text edit mode and opens the Text Formatting toolbar.

F3

F3

Enter and edit a group of objects.

Ctrl + F3

⌘ + F3

Exit a group of objects.

Shift + F3

Shift + F3

Opens the Duplicate dialog of a selected object.

F4

F4

Opens the Position and Size dialog of a selected object.

Alt + Shift + F5

Alt + Shift + F5

Opens Notes view and displays the first slide in the slide show.

Ctrl + Shift+F5

⌘ + Shift + F5

Opens the Navigator.

F6

F6

Forward navigation of the emphasis within the on screen elements without using mouse.

Shift + F6

Shift + F6

Backward navigation of the emphasis within the on screen elements without using mouse.

F7

F7

Start spelling checker.

Shift + F7

Shift + F7

Switches on or off the automatic spell checking.

Ctrl + F7

⌘ + F7

Opens the Thesaurus dialog for the language being used. Impress has to be in text editing mode to access the thesaurus.

F8

F8

When selected, opens the Edit Points toolbar.

Ctrl + Shift + F8

⌘ + Shift + F8

Fit text to frame of a selected object.

Shift + F10

Shift + F10

Opens the context menu of a selected object.

F11

⌘ + T

Open the Styles deck on the Sidebar.

Ctrl + Shift + M

⌘ + Shift + M

Switches on or off the Impress edit mode. When switched off, a slide show is displayed in read only mode.

Slide shows

Windows
Linux
macOS

Effect

F5

Starts a slide show.

Shift + F5

Starts a slide show at the slide where the slide show was previously stopped at.

Esc Minus (-)

Stop and close the slide show.

Spacebar
Enter
N
Down arrow
Right arrow
Page Down

If available, plays the next animation effect on a slide.
Shows the next slide

Backspace
P
Up arrow
Left arrow
Page Up

If available, plays the previous animation effect on a slide.
Shows the previous slide

Alt + Page Down

Go to next slide without playing any animation effects.

Alt +

Page Up

Go to the previous slide without playing any animation effects.

[Number] then Enter

Type the number of a slide and press Enter to show the slide.

Home

Jump to first slide in the slide show.

End

Jump to the last slide in the slide show.

B
. (period)

Show black screen until next key or mouse wheel event.

W
, (comma)

Show white screen until next key or mouse wheel event.

Impress shortcuts

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Plus (+)

 

Zoom in.

Minus (-)

 

Zoom out.

Times (×) on number pad

 

Fits the slide to fill the Workspace view.

Divide (÷) on number pad

 

Zooms in on the selected object.

Ctrl + Shift + G

⌘ + Shift + G

Group selected objects.

Shift + Ctrl + Alt + G

⌘ + Shift + Option + G

Ungroup selected group.

Ctrl + click

⌘ + click

Enter a group to edit individual objects in the group. Click outside the group to return to normal view.

Ctrl + Shift + G

⌘ + Shift + G

Combine selected objects.

Ctrl + Shift + Alt + K

⌘ + Shift + Option + K

Split a selected object that has been combined from a group of two or more objects.

Ctrl + +

⌘ + +

Bring to front.

Ctrl +Shift + +

⌘ + Shift + +

Bring forward.

Ctrl + -

⌘ + -

Send backward.

Ctrl + Shift + -

⌘ + Shift + -

Send to back.

Arrow

Arrow

Moves a selected object in the direction of the arrow. Also moves a slide within the Workspace when no objects are selected.

Shift + Click and drag

Shift + Click and drag

Hold down Shift then click and drag when resizing an object to maintain the proportions of the object.

Shift + Click and drag

Shift + Click and drag

Constrains movement of a selected object horizontally or vertically when dragged.

Ctrl + Click and drag

⌘ + Click and drag

Hold down the Ctrl (⌘) key, then click and drag a selected object to create a copy of the object.

Alt + Click and drag

Option + Click and drag

Hold down the Alt (Option) key and draw or resize an object from the centre of the object.

Alt + Click

Option + Click

Select an object that is behind the currently selected object.

Alt+ Shift + Click

Option + Shift + Click

Select an object that is in front of the currently selected object.

Shift + Click

Shift + Click

Selects several adjacent objects or characters. Click at the start of a selection, move to the end of the selection, and then hold down Shift while you click.

Tab

Tab

Select objects in the order in which they were created.

Shift + Tab

Shift + Tab

Select objects in the reverse order in which they were created.

Esc

Esc

Exit current mode.

Page Up

 

Switch to the previous slide. No function on the first slide.

Page Down

 

Switch to the next slide. No function on the last slide.

Enter

Enter

Activate a place-holder object in a new presentation (only if the frame is selected).

Ctrl + Enter

⌘ + Enter

AutoLayouts in Impress use placeholders for slide titles, text, and objects.

To select a placeholder, press Ctrl + Enter (⌘ + Enter). To move to the next placeholder, press Ctrl + Enter (⌘ + Enter) again.

If you press Ctrl + Enter (⌘ + Enter) after you reach the last placeholder in a slide, a new slide is inserted after the current slide using the same layout.

Editing text

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Ctrl + -

⌘ + -

Inserts a custom hyphen in text at the cursor position. Also known as a soft hyphen.

Ctrl + Shift + -

⌘ + Shift + -

Inserts a non-breaking hyphen in text at the cursor position. Also known as a hard hyphen.

Ctrl + Shift + Space

⌘ + Shift + Space

Non-breaking spaces. Non-breaking spaces are not used for hyphenation and are not expanded if the text is justified.

Shift + Enter

Shift + Enter

Line break without paragraph change.

Left arrow

Left arrow

Moves the cursor one character to the left.

Shift + Left arrow

Shift + Left arrow

Moves the cursor one character to the left and selects the character.

Ctrl + Left arrow

Option + Left arrow

Moves the cursor to the beginning of the previous word.

Ctrl + Shift + Left arrow

Option + Shift + Left arrow

Moves the cursor to the left and selects the word on the left.

Right arrow

Right arrow

Moves the cursor one character to the right.

Shift + Right arrow

Shift + Right arrow

Moves the cursor one character to the right and selects the character.

Ctrl + Right arrow

Option + Right arrow

Moves the cursor to the beginning of the next word.

Ctrl + Shift + Right arrow

Option + Shift + Right arrow

Moves the cursor to the right and selects the word on the right.

Up arrow

Up arrow

Moves the cursor up one line.

Shift + Up arrow

Shift + Up arrow

Moves the cursor up one line in the text and selects the lines of text.

Ctrl + Up arrow

Option + Up arrow

Moves the cursor to the beginning of the paragraph.

Ctrl + Shift + Up arrow

Option + Shift + Up arrow

Moves the cursor to the beginning of the paragraph. Selects the text in the paragraph from the cursor position to the beginning of the paragraph.

Down arrow

Down arrow

Moves the cursor down one line.

Shift + Down arrow

Shift + Down arrow

Moves the cursor down one line in the text and selects the lines of text.

Ctrl + Down arrow

⌘ + Down arrow

Moves the cursor to the end of the paragraph.

Ctrl + Shift + Down arrow

Opt + Shift + Down arrow

Moves the cursor to the end of the paragraph. Selects the text in the paragraph from the cursor position to the end of the paragraph.

Home

 

Moves the cursor to the beginning of the line.

Shift + Home

 

Moves the cursor to the beginning of the line and selects the text from the cursor position.

Ctrl + Home

 

Moves the cursor to the beginning of the text block on the slide.

End

 

Moves the cursor to the end of the line.

Shift + End

 

Moves the cursor to the end of the line and selects the text from the cursor position.

Ctrl + End

 

Moves the cursor to the end of the text block on the slide.

Ctrl + Del

 

Delete the text from the cursor position to the end of the word.

Ctrl + Shift + Del

 

Delete the text from the cursor position to the end of the sentence.

Ctrl + Backspace

⌘ + Backspace

Delete the text from the cursor position to the beginning of the word.

Ctrl + Shift + Backspace

⌘ + Shift + Backspace

Delete the text from the cursor position to the beginning of the sentence.

Menu keyboard shortcuts

The keyboard shortcuts listed in the following tables are available in each menu category on the Menu bar. The tables give the menu item or sub-item, operating system validity, and the effect or purpose of the shortcut.

Note

The menus listed below are in the same order as displayed on the Menu bar from left to right.

File menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Open

Ctrl + O

⌘ + O

Opens the Open file browser so you can navigate to a folder and select a document.

Save

Ctrl + S

⌘ + S

Saves the open document.

Save As

Ctrl + Shift + S

⌘ + Shift + S

Opens the Save as file browser so you can save the open document as a new document.

Print

Ctrl + P

⌘ + P

Opens the Print dialog so that you can select how you want to print the document.

Edit Menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Undo

Ctrl + Z

⌘ + Z

Undoes the previous editing action.

Redo

Ctrl + Y

⌘ + Y

Reverses the action of the last Undo command.

Cut

Ctrl + X

⌘ + X

Deletes the selected object and places it on the clipboard.

Copy

Ctrl + C

⌘ + C

Copies the selected object to the clipboard.

Paste

Ctrl + V

⌘ + V

Places the object on the clipboard into the document.

Paste Special > Paste Unformatted Text

Ctrl + Shift + Alt + V

⌘ + Shift + Option + V

Paste copied text at the cursor position without any formatting.

Paste Special > Paste Special

Ctrl + Shift + V

⌘ + Shift + V

Pastes the contents of the clipboard at the cursor position in a format that you can specify using the Paste Special dialog.

Select All

Ctrl + A

⌘ + A

Selects all objects on a slide.

Points

F8

F8

Opens the Edit Points toolbar if there is an object on the slide that uses editable points, for example a freeform line.

Edit Mode

Ctrl + Shift + M

⌘ + Shift + M

Switches on or off the Impress edit mode. When switched off, a slide show is displayed in read only mode.

View menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Rulers

Ctrl + Shift + R

⌘ + Shift + R

Switches the rulers off and on in the Workspace.

Sidebar

Ctrl + F5

⌘ + F5

Opens or closes the Sidebar.

Styles

F11

⌘ + T

Opens or closes the Styles deck on the Sidebar.

Navigator

Ctrl + Shift+F5

⌘ + Shift + F5

Opens the Navigator.

Insert menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Text Box

F2

F2

Switches to text edit mode and opens the Text Formatting toolbar.

Hyperlink

Ctrl + K

⌘ + K

Opens the Hyperlink dialog.

Comment

Ctrl + Alt + C

⌘ + Option + C

Inserts a new comment box onto the selected slide.

Formatting Mark > Insert non-breaking space

Ctrl + Shift + Space

⌘ + Shift + Space

Inserts a non-breaking space at the cursor position.

Formatting Mark > Insert Narrow No‑break Space

Ctrl + Shift+F5

⌘ + Shift + F5

Inserts a narrow no-breaking space at the cursor position.

Formatting Mark > No‑width Optional Break

Ctrl + /

⌘ + /

Inserts a narrow no-width no optional break at the cursor position.

Format menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Text > Bold

Ctrl + B

⌘ + B

Applies Bold format to selected text.

Text > Italic

Ctrl + I

⌘ + I

Applies Italic format to selected text.

Text > Superscript

Ctrl + Shift + P

⌘ + Option + C

Applies superscript format to selected text.

Text > Subscript

Ctrl + Shift + B

⌘ + Shift + B

Applies subscript format to selected text.

Text > Increase Size

Ctrl + ]

⌘ + ]

Increases the point size of selected text.

Text > Decrease Size

Ctrl + [

⌘ + [

Decreases the point size of selected text.

Spacing > Line Spacing 1

Ctrl + 1

⌘ + 1

Sets the line spacing in a paragraph to a single line.

Spacing Line Spacing 5

Ctrl + 5

⌘ + 5

Sets the line spacing in a paragraph to one and half lines.

Spacing > Line Spacing 2

Ctrl + 2

⌘ + 2

Sets the line spacing in a paragraph to two lines.

Align > Left

Ctrl + L

⌘ + L

Sets the paragraph alignment to left aligned.

Align > Center

Ctrl + E

⌘ + E

Sets the paragraph alignment to center aligned.

Align > Right

Ctrl + R

⌘ + R

Sets the paragraph alignment to right aligned.

Align > Justified

Ctrl + J

⌘ + J

Sets the paragraph alignment to justified.

Lists > Demote

Shift + Alt + Right arrow

 

Demotes a point to the next level when Outline view.

Lists > Promote

Shift + Alt + Left arrow

 

Promotes a point to the next level when in Outline view.

Lists > Move Down

Shift + Alt + Down arrow

Shift + Option + Down arrow

Moves a point down the order when in Outline view.

Lists > Move Up

Shift + Alt + Up arrow

Shift + Option + Up arrow

Moves a point up the order when in Outline view.

Styles > Manage Styles

F11

⌘ + T

Opens or closes the Styles deck on the Sidebar.

Object and Shape > Position and Size

F4

F4

Opens the Position and Size dialog of a selected object.

Arrange > Bring to Front

Ctrl + Shift + +

⌘ + Shift + +

Moves a selected object to the front of other objects.

Arrange > Bring Forward

Ctrl + +

⌘ + +

Moves a selected object in front of the forward object.

Arrange > Send Backward

Ctrl + -

⌘ + -

Moves a selected object behind the backward object.

Arrange > Send to Back

Ctrl + Shift + -

⌘ + Shift + -

Moves a selected object to the back of other objects.

Group > Group

Ctrl + Shift + G

⌘ + Shift + G

Group selected objects.

Group > Ungroup

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + G

⌘+ Option + Shift + G

Ungroup selected group.

Group > Enter Group

F3

F3

Enter and edit a group of objects.

Group > Exit Group

Ctrl + F3

⌘ + F3

Exit a group of objects.

Slide menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

New Slide

Ctrl + M

Ctrl + M

Inserts a new slide into the slide show.

Jump to Last Edited Slide

Alt + Shift + F5

Option + Shift + F5

Opens the last slide edited in the document.

Move > Slide to Start

Ctrl + Shift + Home

 

Moves the selected slide to the beginning of the slide show.

Move > Slide Up

Ctrl + Shift + Up

⌘ + Shift + Up Arrow

Moves the selected slide above the previous slide. No function on the first slide.

Move > Slide Down

Ctrl + Shift + Down

⌘ + Shift + Down Arrow

Moves the selected slide below the next slide. No function on the last slide.

Move > Slide to End

Ctrl + Shift + End

 

Moves the selected slide to the end of the slide show.

Navigate > To Previous Slide

Page Up

 

Switch to the previous slide. No function on the first slide.

Navigate > To Next Slide

Page Down

 

Switch to the next slide. No function on the last slide.

Slide Show menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Start from First Slide

F5

F5

Starts a slide show from the first slide.

Start from Current Slide

Shift + F5

Shift + F5

Starts a slide show at the slide where the slide show was previously stopped at.

Tools menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Spelling

F7

F7

Start spelling checker.

Automatic Spell Checking

Shift + F7

Shift + F7

Switches on or off the automatic spell checking.

Thesaurus

Ctrl + F7

⌘ + F7

Opens the Thesaurus dialog for the language being used. Impress has to be in text editing mode to access the thesaurus.

Extension Manager

Ctrl + Alt + E

⌘ + Alt + E

Opens the Extension Manager dialog.

Options

Alt + F12

 

Opens the Options LibreOffice dialog.

Windows menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Closes Window

Ctrl + W

⌘ + W

Closes the active window. If there is only one window, LibreOffice Impress closes.

Help menu

Menu item or sub-item

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

LibreOffice Help

F1

F1

Opens your browser application at the LibreOffice Help pages.

Toolbar keyboard shortcuts

Impress provides several toolbars to help you to create slides and slide shows. Some of the tools on these Impress toolbars can be activated by using a keyboard shortcut.

Note

The toolbars are listed in the same order that is displayed in the context menu that opens when you click on View > Toolbars on the Menu bar.

Drawing

Tool name

Windows
Linux
macOS

Effect

Insert Text Box

F2

Switches to text edit mode and opens the Text Formatting toolbar.

Position and Size

F4

Opens the Position and Size dialog of a selected object.

Points

F8

Opens the Edit Points toolbar if there is an object on the slide that uses editable points, for example a freeform line.

Form Design

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Position and Size

F4

F4

Opens the Position and Size dialog of a selected object.

Bring to Front

Ctrl + Shift + +

⌘ + Shift + +

Moves a selected object to the front of other objects.

Send to Back

Ctrl + Shift + -

⌘ + Shift + -

Moves a selected object to the back of other objects.

Group

Ctrl + Shift + G

⌘ + Shift + G

Group selected objects.

Ungroup

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + G

⌘+ Option + Shift + G

Ungroup selected group.

Enter Group

F3

F3

Enter and edit a group of objects.

Exit Group

Ctrl + F3

⌘ + F3

Exit a group of objects.

Image

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Bring to Front

Ctrl + Shift + +

⌘ + Shift + +

Moves a selected object to the front of other objects.

Bring Forward

Ctrl + +

⌘ + +

Moves a selected object in front of the forward object.

Send Backward

Ctrl + -

⌘ + -

Moves a selected object behind the backward object.

Send to Back

Ctrl + Shift + -

⌘ + Shift + -

Moves a selected object to the back of other objects.

Line and Filling

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Position and Size

F4

F4

Opens the Position and Size dialog of a selected object.

Bring to Front

Ctrl + Shift + +

⌘ + Shift + +

Moves a selected object to the front of other objects.

Bring Forward

Ctrl + +

⌘ + +

Moves a selected object in front of the forward object.

Send Backward

Ctrl + -

⌘ + -

Moves a selected object behind the backward object.

Send to Back

Ctrl + Shift + -

⌘ + Shift + -

Moves a selected object to the back of other objects.

Show the Styles Sidebar

F11

⌘ + T

Opens the Styles deck on the Sidebar.

Outline

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Demote

Shift + Alt + Right arrow

 

Demotes a point to the next level when Outline view.

Promote

Shift + Alt + Left arrow

 

Promotes a point to the next level when in Outline view.

Move Down

Shift + Alt + Down arrow

Shift + Option + Down arrow

Moves a point down the order when in Outline view.

Move Up

Shift + Alt + Up arrow

Shift + Option + Up arrow

Moves a point up the order when in Outline view.

Slide Sorter

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Start from First Slide

F5

F5

Starts a slide show from the first slide

Standard

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

New

Ctrl + N

⌘ + N

Opens a new presentation document.

Templates

Ctrl + Shift + N

⌘ + Shift + N

Opens the Templates dialog to create a new document using a template.

Open

Ctrl + O

⌘ + O

Opens the Open file browser so you can navigate to a folder and select a document.

Save

Ctrl + S

⌘ + S

Saves the open document.

Save As

Ctrl + Shift + S

⌘ + Shift + S

Opens the Save as file browser so you can save the open document as a new document.

Edit Mode

Ctrl + Shift + M

⌘ + Shift + M

Switches on edit mode when a document is in read only mode.

Print

Ctrl + P

⌘ + P

Opens the Print dialog so that you can select how you want to print the document.

Cut

Ctrl + X

⌘ + X

Deletes the selected object and places it on the clipboard.

Copy

Ctrl + C

⌘ + C

Copies the selected object to the clipboard.

Paste

Ctrl + V

⌘ + V

Places the object on the clipboard into the document.

Clear Direct Formatting

Ctrl + Shift + M

⌘ + Shift + M

Removes direct formatting that has been applied without using styles.

Undo

Ctrl + Z

⌘ + Z

Undoes the previous editing action.

Redo

Ctrl + Y

⌘ + Y

Reverses the action of the last Undo command.

Find and Replace

Ctrl + H

⌘ + Option + F

Opens the Find and Replace dialog.

Spelling

F7

F7

Starts the spelling checker.

Toggle Automatic Spell

Shift + F7

Shift + F7

Switches on or off the automatic spell checking.

Start from First Slide

F5

F5

Starts a slide show.

Start from Current Slide

Shift + F5

Shift + F5

Starts a slide show at the slide where the slide show was previously stopped at.

Insert Text Box

F2

F2

Switches to text edit mode and opens the Text Formatting toolbar.

Insert Hyperlink

Ctrl + K

⌘ + K

Opens the Hyperlink dialog.

Standard (Single Mode)

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

New

Ctrl + N

⌘ + N

Opens a new presentation document.

Open

Ctrl + O

⌘ + O

Opens the Open file browser so you can navigate to a folder and select a document.

Save

Ctrl + S

⌘ + S

Saves the open document.

Print

Ctrl + P

⌘ + P

Opens the Print dialog so that you can select how you want to print the document.

Undo

Ctrl + Z

⌘ + Z

Undoes the previous editing action.

Redo

Ctrl + Y

⌘ + Y

Reverses the action of the last Undo command.

Insert Text Box

F2

F2

Switches to text edit mode and opens the Text Formatting toolbar.

Position and Size

F4

F4

Opens the Position and Size dialog of a selected object.

Group

Ctrl + Shift + G

⌘ + Shift + G

Group selected objects.

Ungroup

Ctrl + Alt + Shift + G

⌘+ Option + Shift + G

Ungroup selected group.

Enter Group

F3

F3

Enter and edit a group of objects.

Exit Group

Ctrl + F3

⌘ + F3

Exit a group of objects.

Start from First Slide

F5

F5

Starts a slide show from the first slide.

Start from Current Slide

Shift + F5

Shift + F5

Starts a slide show at the slide where the slide show was previously stopped at.

Standard (Viewing Mode)

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Save As

Ctrl + Shift + S

⌘ + Shift + S

Opens the Save as file browser so you can save the open document as a new document.

Edit Mode

Ctrl + Shift + M

⌘ + Shift + M

Switches on edit mode when a document is in read only mode.

Print

Ctrl + P

⌘ + P

Opens the Print dialog so that you can select how you want to print the document.

Copy

Ctrl + C

⌘ + C

Copies the selected object to the clipboard.

Find and Replace

Ctrl + H

⌘ + Option + F

Opens the Find and Replace dialog.

Start from First Slide

F5

F5

Starts a slide show from the first slide.

Text

Tool name

Windows
Linux

macOS

Effect

Insert Text Box

F2

F2

Switches to text edit mode and opens the Text Formatting toolbar.

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