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    In InDesign, the numeric keypad is only meant to assign shortcuts to Styles – Paragraph, Character, Object, Table.

    For assigning shortcuts to other Application’s commands, you’ll have to use the other shortcuts – for e.g., to use Cmd+1 to bring image to 100%, you will have to press Cmd and the ‘1’ key that is above the letter keys (on English keyboard, 1 is above letter Q).

    Hope it helps to clarify how shortcuts work in InDesign.


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    Theo commented  · 

    There used to be a way to go directly in the default.txt text file that codes the keyboard shortcuts and to force Cmd+Numpad keys to do other stuff than paragraph or character styles (mainly for Fit page in Window), but I can't find the article back :( I'll need to dig through my old CPU.

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