This works much the same as way as generic keyboard shortcuts like CTRL+P for print, or CTRL+C for copy. When you are in the Customise Ribbon Bar screen, you can select another option to “customise” Keyboard Shortcuts. To find the command you are after, you can filter through the categories and then see each available command to the right. Once you find the command you want to create a shortcut for, you can highlight it in the list, then click in the field below, and then PRESS the new shortcut key on your keyboard. It will appear in the field and then you can select “Assign” to assign it to the command. It’s important that you avoid using any existing shortcut keys. You can see a full list of existing shortcut keys in the CABINET VISION Help File.