Keyboard shortcuts in the Data load editor

There are a number of keyboard shortcuts you can use to work effectively and easily in the Data load editor environment.

Keyboard shortcuts

Note: Keyboard shortcuts are expressed assuming that you are working in Windows. For Mac OS use Cmd instead of Ctrl.
Keyboard shortcuts in the Data load editor
Shortcut Action
Ctrl+P Prints the current view or active sheet/story.
Ctrl+C Copies the selected item to the clipboard.
Ctrl+X Cuts the selected item and copies it to the clipboard. When using the Google Chrome browser: if the cursor is put in front of a row in the data load editor or in the expression editor, without selecting anything, the entire row is cut.
Ctrl+V Pastes the most-recently copied item from the clipboard.
Ctrl+Z Undo action. Repeat to undo earlier actions.
Ctrl+H Opens online help in the context of the current selected function, while in the data load editor or the expression editor.
Ctrl+F Shows the Find search entry field or hides it if is open.
Ctrl+S Saves changes.
Enter/Return in search field Searches for the next instance of the search string.
Enter/Return in replace field Replaces the selected instance of the search string.
Esc in search or replace field Closes the Find search entry field.
Ctrl-shift-Enter/Return Reloads data.
Alt+F11 Expands the script editor to full screen.
Alt+F5 Shows the debug tools or hides them if they are visible.
Alt+F6 Runs debugging if the debug tool is on .
Alt+F7 Proceeds to the next step in the debugger if the debug tool is on.
Alt+F8 Stops the debugger if the debug tool is on.
F9 Toggles insertion and removal of a debug breakpoint.
Alt+F9 Shows the left panel or hides it if it is visible.
Alt+F10 Shows the right panel or hides it if it is visible.
Alt+PgUp Navigates to the previous section.
Alt+PgDn Navigates to the next section.
Alt+Insert Inserts a new section in the script.
Ctrl+K Toggles insertion and removal of a code comment line.
Tab Indents a line in the script.
Shift+Tab Outdents a line in the script.
Alt+1 Shows the Output panel or hides it if it is visible.
Alt+2 Shows the Variables panel or hides it if it is visible, if the debug tool is on .
Alt+3 Shows the Breakpoints panel or hides it if it is visible, if the debug tool is on .
Ctrl+space Automatically completes with the auto-text string.
Ctrl+Shift+space Displays a tooltip. (Not supported in Qlik Sense Desktop)

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