Paint 3D Keyboard Shortcuts

You will find here Windows 10 Paint 3D shortcut keys and how to create a Paint 3D shortcut.

Paint 3D Shortcut Keys

Keyboard ShortcutAction
Page Up or Ctrl + Page Upzoom in.
Page Down or Ctrl + Page Downzoom out.
Ctrl + 0reset zoom.
Ctrl + –decrease brush size.
Ctrl + +increase brush size.
Ctrl + Zundo.
Ctrl + Yredo.
F11full screen.
F12save the image as a new file.
Ctrl + Shift + Ssave as.
Alt + F4close Paint 3D.
Ctrl + Nto create a new picture or file.
Ctrl + Oto open an image or file.
Ctrl + Sto save.
Ctrl + Xto cut the selected item.
Ctrl + Cto copy the selected item.
Ctrl + Shift + Cto take a screenshot.
Ctrl + Eto show the properties of the canvas.
Ctrl + Gto group objects.
Ctrl + Shift + Gto ungroup objects.
Ctrl + Shift + X2D crop.
Ctrl + Wselect the canvas.
Ctrl + Shift + Whide or show the canvas.
Ctrl + Vto paste.
Ctrl + Uto underline the selected item.
Ctrl + Ito italicize the selected item.
Ctrl + Bbolded the selected item.
Ctrl + ASelect all the 3D items in your workspace. Use this key combination twice if you want to select all 2D items in the workspace.
Ctrl + 3switch views.
Alt + Uppan up.
Alt + Downpan down.
Alt + Leftpan left.
Alt + Rightpan right.
Ctrl + Ito turn on the eyedropper.
Ctrl + Shift + Eshow or hide the 3D perspective.
Ctrl + Mminimize or expand the side menu.
Ctrl + Pto print in 2D.
Homereset the view.
Ctrl + Leftorbit left.
Ctrl + Rightorbit right.
Ctrl + Uporbit up.
Ctrl + Downorbit down.
Rightmove the active shape or selection to the right side by one pixel.
Leftmove the active shape or selection to the left side by one pixel.
Upmove the active shape or selection to upwards by one pixel.
Downmove the active shape or selection downwards by one pixel.

How to Create a Paint 3D Shortcut in Windows 10

Below is where you’ll find the steps to create a desktop shortcut for Paint 3D, but remember it’s the same procedure for making a shortcut in File Explorer.

Simply right-click the blank area of your desktop and choose “New.”

Press “Shortcut,” which is under “Folder.”

Enter ms-paint: in the pop-up window, then click Next.

If you dislike the proposed name, you can enter the name according to your wishes; click “Finish.”

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