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UNICOM Intelligence Professional toolbars
By default, the toolbars in UNICOM Intelligence Professional are docked at the top and right hand edges of the window. All the toolbars can be moved individually: you can dock them on any edge of the window, or they can remain “floating”.
To move a toolbar
Drag it to its new position.
To lock a floating toolbar
Double‑click the title bar of the toolbar.
To show or hide buttons on a toolbar
1 Do one of the following:
For a docked toolbar: Click the arrow at the end of the toolbar, click Add or Remove Buttons, and in the shortcut menu, click the name of the toolbar you want to change.
For a floating toolbar: Click the title bar with the right mouse button.
2 Show or hide each toolbar button by selecting or clearing the relevant checkbox.
File toolbar
Button
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Ctrl+N
Create a new file.
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Ctrl+O
Open an existing file.
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Ctrl+S
Save the current file.
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Alt+F, N, A
Save all of the files that are open.
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Ctrl+P
Print the current file.
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Alt+F, V
Display the current file in the Print Preview dialog.
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Alt+F, U
Open the Page Setup dialog.
Edit toolbar
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Ctrl+X
Cut the selection and copy it to the Windows clipboard. Note that this applies to the Edit window only. If you want to cut text from one of the other panes (for example, the Properties pane), select the text and right-click. Then choose the Cut command on the shortcut menu.
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Ctrl+C
Copy the selection to the Windows clipboard. Note that this applies to the Edit window only. If you want to copy text from one of the other panes (for example, the Properties pane), select the text and right-click. Then choose the Copy command on the shortcut menu.
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Ctrl+V
Paste the contents of the Windows clipboard at the current cursor position.
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Ctrl+Z
Undo the last change you made to the current file.
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Ctrl+Y
Redo the last change that you canceled using Undo.
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Ctrl+F
Show the Find pane.
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Ctrl+H
Show the Replace pane.
Formatting toolbar
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Ctrl+Shift+D
Decrease the indentation of the selected lines by the number of character spaces specified by the TabIndent option.
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Ctrl+Shift+I
Increase the indentation of the selected lines by the number of character spaces specified by the TabIndent option. For more information, see UNICOM Intelligence Professional options.
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Ctrl+Shift+C
Insert a comment symbol (') at the start of all of the selected lines, so that they are considered comments. This is useful when you want to remove some code, but might want to reinstate it later.
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Ctrl+Shift+U
Uncomment the selected lines by removing the comment symbols.
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Alt+T, M
Open the AutoExpansion Macros dialog.
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Alt+T, I
Open the Interview Services Options dialog.
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Alt+T, O
Open the UNICOM Intelligence Professional Options dialog.
Bookmarks
 
Open the Bookmarks menu. You use bookmarks to quickly navigate through the code.
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Ctrl+Shift+B
If the line where the cursor is currently positioned has a bookmark, remove the bookmark, and if not, insert a bookmark on the line.
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Ctrl+Shift+N
Move to the next bookmark in the current file.
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Ctrl+Shift+P
Move back to the previous bookmark in the current file.
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Ctrl+Shift+A
Remove all bookmarks from the current file.
Debugging toolbar
Button
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F5
Run the current script in debugging mode. If a script has stopped at a breakpoint, you can click this button to continue execution.
When running an interview script (.mdd) file, you can use this button to display the next question without answering the current question. The Auto Answer feature will answer the current question for you: see Running interviews automatically.
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F6
Run the current interview script (.mdd) file in Auto Answer mode. If an interview script has stopped at a breakpoint, you can click this button to continue execution in Auto Answer mode. For more information, see Running interviews automatically.
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Ctrl+F5
Run the current script in normal (non-debugging) mode. Any breakpoints in the script will be ignored.
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Shift+F5
Stop the debugging session. If you are running an interview script (.mdd) file, or a data management script (.dms) file, you can also use this button at any time to stop the run. There might be a delay before the run stops. This button is hidden when no scripts are running.
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Ctrl+Shift+F5
Restart the debugging session from the beginning of the script.
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F10
Step through the script one line of code at a time.
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Alt+D, H
In a debugging session, scroll the script in the Edit pane so that the next statement to be executed can be seen. The statement is highlighted in yellow.
Breakpoints
 
Open the Breakpoints menu.
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Ctrl+B or F9
If the line where the cursor is currently positioned has a breakpoint, remove the breakpoint, and if not, insert a breakpoint on the line. Lines on which a breakpoint has been set are highlighted in red.
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Ctrl+Shift+F9
Remove all breakpoints from the current script.
Workspace toolbar
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Ctrl+W
Create a new workspace. If you have updated the current workspace, you will be prompted to save it.
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Alt+F, O, W
Open an existing workspace. If you have updated the current workspace, you will be prompted to save it.
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Alt+F, D
Add the current file to the workspace.
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Alt+F, T
The New File dialog appears. When you confirm the details of the new file, it will be opened and added to the workspace.
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Alt+F, G
The Open file dialog appears. When you confirm the name of the existing file, it will be opened and added to the workspace.
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Alt+F, W
Save the workspace.
Interview Options toolbar
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Shortcut
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Alt+T, R
Add a routing context to the current interview script (.mdd) file. For more information, see Adding a routing context.
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Alt+T, M
Remove the current routing context from the current interview script (.mdd) file. For more information, see Adding a routing context.
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Launch MDM Label Manager. For more information, see Working with multiple languages.
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Launch Metadata Model Compare. For more information, see Comparing interview scripts.
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Alt+T, H
Run HTML Tidy. You can use HTML Tidy to make sure that your interview template files contain only “well formed” HTML, otherwise known as XHTML. For more information, see Validating an interview template file.
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Alt+T, Q
Open the Quota Setup Window. For more information, see Testing quotas.
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Alt+T, D
Open the Local Deployment Wizard. For more information, see Local Deployment wizard.
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Alt+T, A
Activate the current interview script (.mdd) file. For more information, see Activating an interview.
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Alt+T, V
Opens the Activation Console.
View toolbar
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Alt+0
Show or hide the Workspace pane.
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Alt+1
Show or hide the Types pane.
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Alt+2
Show or hide the Functions pane.
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Alt+3
Show or hide the Breakpoints pane.
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Alt+4
Show or hide the Locals pane.
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Alt+5
Show or hide the Expressions pane.
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Alt+6
Show or hide the Output pane.
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Alt+7
Show or hide the Metadata pane.
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Alt+8
Show or hide the Auto Answer pane.
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Alt+9
Show or hide the Browser pane.
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Alt+F1
Show or hide the Question Repository pane.
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Alt+F2
Show or hide the Library pane.
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Alt+F3
Show or hide the Gallery pane.
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Ctrl+F
Show the Find pane.
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Ctrl+H
Show the Replace pane.
See also
UNICOM Intelligence Professional reference