Here's a list of keyboard shortcuts that can increase your productivity when working in the iPaper platform.

iPaper

These shortcuts are designed to minimize the amount of clicks, and other steps, required to perform certain tasks within iPaper, excluding the Enrichment Editor. Keyboard shortcuts specific to actions within the Enrichment Editor can be found further down in this article.

Action

Shortcut (PC)

Shortcut (Mac)

Move your cursor to the Search field, enabling you to search for any Flipbook within your account.

Alt + S

Does not work on Mac

Opens that Flipbook in a new tab, allowing you to keep your Flipbook structure open in another tab

ALT + Click

Alt + Click

Option + Click

Opens the Folder settings for that particular folder in a new tab, allowing you to edit the inherited folder settings for all Flipbooks within that folder.

CTRL + Click

Ctrl + Click

Command + Click

Close modal or dismiss various alert windows

ESC

ESC

Enrichment Editor

These shortcuts are designed to work for actions specific to the Enrichment Editor, excluding the general iPaper interface.

💡 Just getting started with Enrichments? Get an understanding of the basics, and create your first enrichment with our guide below:

Action

Shortcut (PC)

Shortcut (Mac)

Save your work

Ctrl + S

Command + S

Select multiple enrichments

CTRL + Click

Ctrl + Click

Command + Click

Copy selected enrichment(s)

Ctrl + C

Command + C

Paste copied enrichment(s)

Ctrl + V

Command + V

Move selected enrichment(s) 1 pixel

Arrow keys

Arrow keys

Move selected enrichment(s) 10 pixels

Shift + Arrow keys

Shift + Arrow keys

Remove selected enrichment(s)

DEL or Backspace

Backspace / FN + Backspace

Drag the viewport

Hold space +

drag with cursor

Hold space +

drag with cursor

Dismiss various alert windows

ESC

ESC

Zoom in

Shift + NUM Plus (+)

Command +

NUM Plus (+)

Zoom out

Shift + NUM Subtract (-)

Command +

NUM Subtract (-)

Zoom to "fit" (fit to screen)

Shift + NUM 0

Command + NUM 0

Select a section of multiple layers, in the Layers list

Click on first selected layer, then shift + click on another layer

Click on first selected layer, then shift + click on another layer

Select all layers, in the Layers list

Click on a layer, then press Ctrl + A

Click on a layer, then press Command + A

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