You can use the keyboard to navigate the panels.
Tabbing and the use of arrow keys are supported for Windows only.
To navigate panels:
- In the Document window, press Control+Alt+Tab to shift focus to a panel.
A white outline around the panel title bar indicates that focus is on that panel. The screen reader reads the panel title bar that has focus.
- Press Control+Alt+Tab again to shift focus to the next panel.
Continue until you have focus on the panel you want to work in.
- Press Control+Alt+Shift+Tab to shift focus to the previous panel, if necessary.
- If the panel you want to work in is not open, use the keyboard shortcuts listed in the Windows menu to display the appropriate panel; then press Control+Alt+Tab to shift focus to that panel.
If the panel you want to work in is open, but not expanded, place focus on the panel title bar, and then press the Spacebar. Press the Spacebar again to collapse the panel.
- Press the Tab key to move through the options in the panel.
A dotted outline around the option indicates that focus is on that option.
- Use the arrow keys as appropriate:
- If an option has choices, use the arrow keys to scroll through the choices, and then press the Spacebar to make a selection.
- If there are tabs in the panel group to open other panels, place focus on the open tab, and then use the left or right arrow key to open another tabs. Once you open a new tab, press the Tab key to move through the options in that panel.
- Navigating the Property inspector
- Navigating dialog boxes
- Navigating frames
- Navigating tables