Windows and macOS Keyboard Shortcuts
Publication date: 04/12/2021

Windows and macOS Keyboard Shortcuts

Data Table Actions

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Select the left or right cell. If a blinking cursor is inserted in a cell, move one character left or right through the cell contents.

and

(arrow keys)

and

(arrow keys)

Select the cell above or below.

and

(arrow keys)

and

(arrow keys)

Select multiple adjacent cells in a row.

Shift+ and Shift+

(arrow keys)

Shift+ and Shift+

(arrow keys)

Select multiple adjacent cells in a column.

Shift+ and Shift+

(arrow keys)

Shift+ and Shift+

(arrow keys)

If a blinking cursor is inserted in a cell, highlight multiple characters to the right or left of the cursor.

Shift+ and Shift+

(arrow keys)

Shift+ and Shift+

(arrow keys)

If cell contents are selected, select the contents of the right or left cell.

Press Enter on the numeric keypad or Tab to select the contents of the cell on the right. Press Shift+Tab to select the contents of the cell on the left.

Press Enter on the numeric keypad or press Tab to select the contents of the cell on the right. Press Shift+Tab to select the contents of the cell on the left.

If cell contents are selected, select the contents of cell above or below.

Press Enter to select the contents of the cell below. Press Shift+Enter to select the contents of the cell above.

Press Return to select the contents of the cell below. Press the arrow key to select the contents of the cell above.

Scroll up or down when all cells in a table are not displayed.

Page Up and Page Down

Page Up and Page Down

Locate and flash previously selected row.

F6

+{

Locate and flash next selected row.

F7

+}

Scroll to a column.

Double-click the column name in the column panel.

Double-click the column name in the column panel.

Access high-level menus.

Press Alt and press the underlined letter in the menu item that you want to select.

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Hide and exclude a row.

Shift+Ctrl+E

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Searching, Finding, and Replacing

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Find

Ctrl+F

+F

Find Next

F3

+G

Find Next (Selected)

Ctrl+F3

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Find Previous (Selected) in a script

Ctrl+Shift+F3

Shift++G

Replace

Ctrl+H

not available

Replace and Find Next

Ctrl+I

+L

Use Selection for Find

not available

+E

Working with Files

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

New Data Table

Ctrl+N

+N

New Script Window

Ctrl+T

Shift++N

New Journal

Ctrl+Shift+J

+Option+N

New Database Query

Ctrl+Shift+D

not available

New Project

Ctrl+Shift+P

not available

New Application

Ctrl+Shift+A

not available

Open File

Ctrl+O

+O

Quick Open

Alt+Shift+O

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Save File

Ctrl+S

+S

Save As

Alt+F then A

Shift++S

Save All

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+Control+Option+S

Close Multiple Windows

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+Option+W

Exit JMP

Ctrl+Q

+Q

Print

Ctrl+P

+P

JMP Help

F1

Shift++?

JMP Preferences

Ctrl+K

+,

Window Commands

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Close Active Window

Ctrl+W

+W

Show JMP Home Window

Ctrl+1

+2

Show JMP Starter (also hides on Windows)

Ctrl+0 (zero)

+0 (zero)

Show Log Window (also hides on Windows)

Ctrl+Shift+L

+1

Move Window to Back

Ctrl+B

not available

Redraw Journal or Report Window

Ctrl+D

+D

Reveal All Open Windows

F9

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View Associated Data (available in report window)

Ctrl+Alt+D

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Minimize All

Ctrl+Shift+M

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Bring All Forward

Ctrl+Shift+F

not available

Increase Font Sizes

Ctrl+Shift+Plus

+Plus

Decrease Font Sizes

Ctrl+Shift+Minus

+Minus

Resize Window

Click the bottom right border and drag the window.

Click the bottom right border and drag the window.

Recall Last Platform

Ctrl+L

+Option+L

Editing Files

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Cut

Ctrl+X

+X

Paste

Ctrl+V

+V

Copy

Ctrl+C

+C

Copy as Text

not available

Shift++C

Copy With Full Precision

Ctrl+Alt+C

not available

Copy with Column Names

Ctrl+Shift+C

Alt++C

Paste with Column Names

Ctrl+Shift+V

Alt++V

Undo

Ctrl+Z

+Z

Redo

Ctrl+Y

Shift++Z

Select All

Ctrl+A

+A

Select Where

Ctrl+Shift+W

not available

Exclude/Unexclude

Ctrl+E

not available

Journal the Report

Ctrl+J

+J

Edit the Display Box Properties in a report

Ctrl+Shift+I

+Option+I

Clear all highlights from the data table

Esc

Esc

Select multiple options

Press Alt, right-click a gray disclosure icon or red triangle icon, and then select options.

Press Ctrl+Option, click a gray disclosure icon or red triangle icon, and then select options.

Common Clicks

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Change the number of displayed decimal places.

Double-click a numeric column, select Fixed Dec from the Format list, and enter the number of decimal places in the Dec field.

Double-click a numeric column, select Fixed Dec from the Format list, and enter the number of decimal places in the Dec field.

Turn numeric report output into a data table.

Right-click in the report and select Make into Data Table.

Right-click in the report and select Make into Data Table.

Display Row Legend in most graphics.

Right-click in the graphic and select Row Legend.

Press Ctrl, click in the graphic, and then select Row Legend.

Select multiple category values (levels) in a Row Legend.

Press Shift and click each category.

Press and click each category.

Deselect category values (levels) in a Row Legend.

Press Ctrl and click each category.

Press -and click each category.

Select points in rectangular regions.

Click and drag the arrow tool in a plot. Extend the selection by pressing Shift.

Click and drag the arrow tool in a plot. Extend the selection by pressing Shift.

In certain reports, apply a command to all similar reports in that window.

Press Ctrl, click the red triangle icon, and then select the command.

Press , click the red triangle icon, and then select the command.

Change axis specifications in most graphs.

Double-click or press Alt and click the axis to open the Axis Specification window.

Double-click or press Option and click the axis to open the Axis Specification window.

Resize all similar graphs in a report.

Press Ctrl and resize one graph.

Press and resize one graph.

Select multiple bars in a Distribution graph.

Press Shift or Ctrl and click the bars.

Press Shift or and click the bars.

Deselect multiple bars in a Distribution graph.

Press Ctrl and click the bars.

Press and click the bars.

Create a subset of the data table from a histogram.

Double-click a single bar or press

Shift, select the bars that you want to subset, and then double-click. Or select bar(s), right-click, and then select Subset.

Double-click a single bar or press

Shift, select the bars that you want to subset, and then double-click. Or select bar(s), right-click, and then select Subset.

Select or deselect non-adjacent bars in a Pareto plot.

Press Ctrl and click the bars.

Press and click the bars.

Select a range of adjacent bars in a Pareto plot.

Press Shift and click the outer bars of the range.

Press Shift and click the outer bars of the range.

Create a subset of the data table from a Pareto plot.

For a single bar, double-click the bar. For non-adjacent bars, press Ctrl, click the non-adjacent bars, and then double-click one bar. For adjacent bars, press Shift and double-click the right-most bar.

For a single bar, double-click the bar. For non-adjacent bars, press , click the non-adjacent bars, and then double-click one bar. For adjacent bars, press Shift and double-click the right-most bar.

Select or deselect a range of adjacent rows or columns.

Press Shift and click the first and last row or column in the range.

Press Shift and click the first and last row or column in the range.

Select or deselect non-adjacent rows or columns.

Press Ctrl and click each row or column.

Press and click each row or column.

Deselect rows and columns.

Click the top triangular region in the upper left corner of the data grid to deselect columns. Click the bottom triangular region to deselect rows.

Click the top triangular region in the upper left corner of the data grid to deselect columns, click the bottom triangular region to deselect rows.

Repeat values or a sequence of values in a column.

Right-click on selected cells. Select Fill and the appropriate command.

Press Ctrl and click on selected cells. Select Fill and the appropriate command.

Special Functions

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Change the scale of a slider in the Contour Profiler.

Right-click the slider.

Press Control and click the slider.

Select multiple report options.

Press Alt and right-click a disclosure icon.

Press Control+Option and click a disclosure icon.

Select multiple analysis options.

Press Alt and click a red triangle icon.

Press Option and click a red triangle icon.

Specify or lock a factor value in the Prediction Profiler.

Press Alt and click inside one of a factor’s panes.

Press Option and click inside one of a factor’s panes.

Transpose the factors in a two-factor interaction LS Means plot.

Press Shift and select the LS Means Plot command.

Press Shift and select the LS Means Plot command.

Specify the alpha level when saving mean or individual confidence intervals.

Press Shift, click the red triangle icon, and then select the command.

Press Shift, click the red triangle icon, and then select the command.

Specify theta (for exponential), beta (for Weibull), or sigma (for lognormal) parameters for WeiBayes analysis.

Press Shift and select Exponential, Weibull, or Lognormal Fit from the Product-Limit Survival Fit red triangle menu.

Press Shift and select Exponential, Weibull, or Lognormal Fit from the Product-Limit Survival Fit red triangle menu.

Script Editor

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Run Script (submit to JSL parser)

Ctrl+R

+R

Debug Script

Ctrl+Shift+R

not available

Reformat Script

Ctrl+M

+M

Shift Left

not available

+[

Shift Right

not available

+]

Submit to SAS

F8

Shift++R

Balance

Ctrl+]

+B

Uncomment Block

Ctrl+Shift+/

+Alt+/

Indent selection right or left

Tab and Shift+Tab

+] and +[

Display list of valid commands

Ctrl+Spacebar or Ctrl+Enter

Option+Esc

Run current line

Enter on numeric keypad.

Enter on numeric keypad.

Select a non-rectangular block of text

Click and drag the cursor.

Click and drag the cursor.

Select a rectangular block of text

Press Alt and drag the cursor over the text.

Press Option and drag the cursor over the text.

Select multiple rectangular blocks of text

Press Ctrl and drag the cursor over a non-rectangular block of text. Move the cursor to a new location and repeat. Copying, cutting and then dragging the cursor collects the text in the order in which each block was selected.

Press and drag the cursor over a non-rectangular block of text. Move the cursor to a new location and repeat. Copying, cutting and then dragging the cursor collects the text in the order in which each block was selected.

Check that parentheses,

braces, and brackets (or “fences”) are matched in a script

Place the cursor to the left of the opening fence or to the right of the closing fence.

Place the cursor to the left of the opening fence or to the right of the closing fence.

Projects

Command

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Save the project

Ctrl+Shift+S

+Option+S

Close the currently selected tab

Ctrl+W

+W

Save the project with a different name

not available

+Shift+Option+S

Return the focus to the current tab

Shift+Esc

Shift+Esc

Formula Editor

Command

On-Screen Appearance

Shortcut

Windows

macOS

Enter arithmetic expressions

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+, -, *, /

+, -, *, /

Insert new argument or repeat operation

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, (comma)

, (comma)

Delete expression

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Delete or Backspace

Delete

Enter an exponent

^ (Shift+6)

^ (Shift+6)

Edit the parameter in the Parameters list

Press Alt+Shift and click

Press Alt+Shift and click

Insert a new argument before the selected field

Alt+^

Alt+^

Subscript

[

[

Insert a set of parentheses

(

(

Unary sign change

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Shift+Minus Sign (-)

Shift+Minus Sign (-)

And, Or, Not

&, |, !

&, |, !

Less than, greater than, or equal to

<, >, =

<, >, =

Build Match function conditionals

Select a column from Table Columns list. Press Shift and select Match from Conditional formula list.

Select a column from Table Columns list. Press Shift and select Match from Conditional formula list.

JMP Tools

Tool

Shortcut

Description

Windows

Label

macOS

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Arrow

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A

The default tool.

Lets you select points in plots and analysis options. Drag the cursor to select multiple points.

Rotates 3D plots.

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Help

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?

Opens context-sensitive help when you click in any part of a display or report.

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Selection

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S

Selects rows or regions of rows when you click and drag. Selects portions of graphical output or analysis results.

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Scroller

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R

Scrolls a window in any direction with more precision than when using scroll bars. The scroller is active only in report and journal windows. Press Shift and select the scroller to retain it for multiple clicks.

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Grabber

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H

Rescales an axis when you click and drag the axis.

Rescales both axes when you click and drag in the middle of a report.

In a histogram, adjusts histogram bars when you click and drag the bars.

In any report table, rearranges columns.

Rotates 3D plots.

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Brush

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B

Selects points when you brush over them. Press Shift or Ctrl and drag to select several groups of points. To change the size of the selection rectangle and select more points, press Alt and drag (Windows); press Option and click and drag (macOS).

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Lasso

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L

In many reports, selects an irregular area of points. You can also select one area of points, press Shift or Ctrl, and then select another area. This keeps both areas of points selected at once.

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Magnifier

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Z

Zooms into many reports when you click them.

To zoom in farther on data points in a Scatterplot 3D, click and drag instead of only clicking.

To restore a graph to its original dimensions, double-click the graph.

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Crosshairs

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C

In many reports, displays a moveable set of axes to locate points and estimate distances on plots.

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Ruler

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D

Lets you drag a ruler on a graph to measure distances.

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Annotate

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T

Adds editable text notes to JMP reports and journals.

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Line, Polygon, and Simple Shape

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Draws lines, polygons, and shapes on JMP reports and journals. Right-click a line (Windows), or press Ctrl and click (macOS) for a menu of options to customize.

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