10 Adobe CC Shortcut Cheat Sheets to Make Your Life Easier

Jun 25, 2015

Allen Mowery

Allen Mowery is a Nationally-published Commercial & Editorial Photographer with over 20 years of experience. He has shot for major brands as well small clients. When not shooting client work or chasing overgrown wildlife from his yard, he loves to capture the stories of the people and culture around him.

10 Adobe CC Shortcut Cheat Sheets to Make Your Life Easier

Jun 25, 2015

Allen Mowery

Allen Mowery is a Nationally-published Commercial & Editorial Photographer with over 20 years of experience. He has shot for major brands as well small clients. When not shooting client work or chasing overgrown wildlife from his yard, he loves to capture the stories of the people and culture around him.

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Cheat sheets are wonderful, especially if you’re actually taking a test.  (I only speak from hearsay, of course…)  But, they can also be invaluable when trying to maintain a speedy workflow within an application.

With the recent release of the 2015 updated Adobe CC, it was only a matter of time until the keyboard shortcut cheat sheets started pouring in.  Thanks to Jamie Spencer of SetUpABlogToday who posted a whole slew of updated cheat sheets, there is no excuse for going the long way around Robin Hood’s barn again.

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These comprehensive cheat sheets make it a heckuva lot easier to find and learn program-specific shortcuts and add them to your daily workflow.  I really wish I had a better (and larger) color printer so I could blow these up and hang them around my office walls to cover up the Backstreet Boys posters from last week.  But, alas…  However, for those who want to save them as a quick reference, here are the links:

The Faithful Standbys

Others, for the creative pro

As was pointed out elsewhere online, these are the default shortcuts for CC, so if you haven’t already worked out your own custom shortcuts, you might as well learn these.  If you create your own custom shortcuts, pass Go and collect $200.

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You can also get creative and slice up the original cheat sheets and turn them into wallpaper for each of your “desktops,” simply swiping back and forth (on Mac) to view them as needed.  And, hey, if nothing else, at least now you have an excuse to just randomly punch buttons on your keyboard.

[via No Film School]

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Allen Mowery

Allen Mowery

Allen Mowery is a Nationally-published Commercial & Editorial Photographer with over 20 years of experience. He has shot for major brands as well small clients. When not shooting client work or chasing overgrown wildlife from his yard, he loves to capture the stories of the people and culture around him.

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