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Shortcut keys

The following table describes the default shortcut keys in SQLite Maestro.

 

Interface

 

Window list

Alt+0

Previous Window

F6

Next Window

Ctrl+F6

Show Database Explorer

F11

Refresh

F5

Exit

Alt+F4

SQLite Maestro help

F1

Clipboard

 

Cut

Ctrl+X

Copy

Ctrl+C

Paste

Ctrl+V

Select all

Ctrl+A

Find

Ctrl+F

Replace

Ctrl+H

Search again

F3

Undo

Ctrl+Z

Redo

Shift+Ctrl+Z

SQL Editors

 

Open SQL Editor

Ctrl+E

Open SQL Script Editor

Ctrl+R

Open Visual Query Builder

Ctrl+Q

Execute query

(F9) or (F8)

Execute query as script

(Shift+F9) or (Shift+F8)

Execute selected only

(Alt+F9) or (Alt +F8)

Go to line

Ctrl+G

Format selected SQL

Ctrl+Alt+F

Create new query

Ctrl+N

Delete current query

Ctrl+Alt+D

Load script from file

Ctrl+O

Database management

 

Create a new database profile

Shift+Ctrl+P

Edit an existing database profile

Shift+Ctrl+E

Rename a database profile (object)

F2

Remove database profile

Shift+Ctrl+R

Connect to the database

Shift+Ctrl+C

Disconnect from the database

Shift+Ctrl+D

Create a database object

Shift+Ctrl+N

Object Browser

Shift+Ctrl+O

Open BLOB Viewer

Ctrl+B



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