In my last post, I decided to create a series of short tips. Things that I can create quickly, but also that end users out in "the wild" can find useful in their day to day jobs.
And for this post, here's a little tip that, one could say, is "small but mighty."
It's common knowledge to most Inventor users that right clicking and choosing either the Cancel (ESC) or OK keys will exit a command. Hitting the Escape key on your keyboard will also exit a command.
|Ok and Cancel two ways of ending a command. |
You can also hit the Escape key.
But did you know that's not necessary? Did you know that you can invoke a new command from the ribbon, or hitting the hotkey for a new command will not only exit the command, but start a new one?
|You can just start a new command, which will end the current command.|
Try it! It works!
And to see a video demonstration, take a look below!