Many users are more comfortable working with their mouse, while others prefer to use the keyboard to move around. There are a number of keyboard shortcuts that you can use in most areas of the program.
Shortcut keys involve pressing the <Alt> key in conjunction with the underlined letter of the menu.
In the example below you can open the Notes screen in a budget by holding down <Alt> and <C>, then <E> and finally <N>.
Holding down the Ctrl key and tapping the designated key gives quick access to many functions in the Transaction screen.
Shortcut Action <Ctrl> <B> Turns the bottom panel off in the Transaction screen. To turn the panel back on, press <Ctrl> <B> again. <Ctrl> <C> Copies the selected transaction. <Ctrl> <F> Opens the Filter screen. <Ctrl> <G> Opens the Go To box where you can specify a transaction ID to go to. <Ctrl> <N> Opens the Additional Notes screen. This is only available when entering or editing a transaction. <Ctrl> <R> Opens the Reconciliation Options. <Ctrl> <S> Opens the Search Options. <Ctrl> <V> Pastes the copied transaction. <Ctrl> <+> Adds GST to an amount. <Ctrl> <-> Subtracts GST from an amount. <+> Starts an Income transaction. <-> Starts an Expense transaction. <F9> Opens the Calculator. <F12> Finishes a balanced transaction or creates a new line.