|Copy check transaction in register||
Ctrl + O
Ctrl + I
|Delete check, invoice, transaction, or item from list||
Ctrl + D
Ctrl + F
|Go to register of transfer account||
Ctrl + G
|History of A/R or A/P transaction||
Ctrl + H
|Memorize transaction or report||
Ctrl + M
|New invoice, bill, check or list item in context||
Ctrl + N
|Open account list||
Ctrl + A
|Open Customer Center (Customers & Jobs list)||
Ctrl + J
|Open Help for active window||
|Open list (for current drop-down menu)||
Ctrl + L
|Open memorized transaction list||
Ctrl + T
|Open split transaction window in register||
Ctrl + R
|Open transaction journal||
Ctrl + Y
|Paste copied transaction in register||
Ctrl + V
Ctrl + P
|QuickReport on transaction or list item||
Ctrl + Q
|QuickZoom on report||
Ctrl + S
|Use list item||
Ctrl + U
|Write new check||
Ctrl + W
General keyboard shortcuts
As a QuickBooks user, we can do all the required things to get our accounting operations going. QuickBooks already has graphical user interfaces to guide it’s users thoroughly. However, there are some shortcuts which can make our tasks very easy and convenient. If we know them all, we can just navigate different options and windows in just a pressing single key.
Here goes the life saving tips for QuickBooks users:
1- Do you wanna bring Chart of Accounts with just a single key? If yes,
Press “Control + A”
2- Do you wanna bring Find Transactions window
Press “Control + F”
3- Do you wanna brings you a quick report of transactions for each item in a list you have highlighted (sale item, customer, vendor, etc.)?
Press “Control + Q”
4- Do you wanna close QuickBooks program with a snap?
Press “Alt + F4”
5- Do you wanna bring Memorize Transaction option?
Press “Control + M”
6- Do you wanna delete a single line?
Press “Control + Delete Key”
7- Do you wanna displays list for a field?
Press “Alt + Down Arrow Key”
8- Do you wanna edit a transaction?
Press “Control + E”
9- Do you wanna creates a customer invoice?
Press “Control + I”
10- Do you wanna open Write Checks window?
Press “Control + W”