The Ultimate Adobe CC Keyboard Shortcut Cheat Sheets – Free!
Here’s a very handy resource out from Jamie Spencer – the complete set of essential keyboard shortcut cheat sheets for every major Adobe CC application… These comprehensive sheets can save you loads of time every day by speeding up your work and allowing you to bypass the need for mouse clicks and movements, getting you to the function you need in the fastest possible way. They are extremely helpful assets to have in your arsenal – and can easily be consulted anytime as an instant reference, or printed out in high resolution and posted, or even used as desktop wallpaper. They are also now available completely free here:
All together, there are 13 individual cheat sheets for the following Creative Cloud desktop tools:
- Acrobat Pro
- Flash Pro
- Premiere Pro
- After Effects
…and the different keyboard shortcuts are clearly distinguished for both Windows and Mac users.
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Their creator, Mr. Spencer, writes:
As I use these tools so often I have found learning the various different keyboard shortcuts as an invaluable method for speeding up my work and processes. To help you learn all these different keyboard shortcuts (some of which aren’t published in the software) I have created one mega cheatsheet which you can save for your future use.
For example, one of Adobe Photoshop’s strengths is that it makes extensive use of keyboard shortcuts; but, there are so many that it’s difficult to remember them all. So now this will make it really easy for you to remember them the next time you are using the software!
We hope you enjoy these fast-and-easy references to the most important keyboard shortcuts and quick keys for 13 of the most popular tools in the Creative Cloud:
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