- Predefined Shortcuts
- User-Defined Shortcuts
- Using Variables
- Table and Column Name Select Lists
- Using Aliases and Autoreplacement Substitutions
- SQL Templates
- Code Completion Templates
- Executing SQL Statements
- Executing SQL Scripts
- Editing Result-Set Data
- Saving Result-Set Data
- Printing Result-Set Data
- Examining Explain Plans
- Examining Basic Performance Info
- Using Auto Trace
- SQL*Plus Compatibility
- Scripts That Write Scripts
TOAD is completely configurable. You can easily add your own shortcuts to TOAD. It is easy to change the shortcut keystrokes for existing shortcuts, and it is just as easy to add your own shortcuts.
Access the Editor Options menu with a right-click or by pressing the F10 key and selecting Editing Options.
To change an existing keystroke assignment, select Key Assignments, locate the particular assignment to change, and click on the Edit Sequence button as illustrated in Figure 3.10.
Figure 3.10Changing shortcut keystroke assignments in TOAD.
To add additional keystroke assignments, select Key Assignments, locate the particular assignment to change, and click on the Add New Sequence button. Type the sequence desired to perform the key assignment task. In Figure 3.11, notice that Shift+Ctrl+D was added by pressing and holding down the Control key while pressing Shift and d.
Figure 3.11Adding shortcut keystroke assignments in TOAD.