In addition to providing access to powerful tools for mathematical computation, Maple has been designed to help you work quickly and efficiently. Here are 10 useful short-cuts when working with Maple:
1. Use F5 to switch between Text and 2D Math input modes in Maple.
2. Use F2 (Control+? for Macintosh) to quickly bring up Maple Help information for anything that you have typed in your document.
3. Automatic Command Completion can be used when you don't want to type in the full name of a Maple command. To use, begin typing the first few letters of the command name, and press CTRL+Space (Esc or Command+Shift+Space for Macintosh, CTRL+Shift+Space for Linux). A list of possible completions will display; click the one you want.
4. The Shift+Enter key combination lets you continue entering math or commands on a new line without executing that line.
5. If you want more than a single command to be executed at once, you must separate them with a semi-colon or colon.
6. When you click inside a set of commands in Math mode, the dash line indicates the boundaries of the input region; all commands in this region will execute together in sequence.
7. To increase the size of a piecewise function, add a new row. Place the cursor on the last row, and press CTRL+Shift+R (Command+Shift+R for Macintosh). These shortcut keys also work to add rows to matrices.
8. An easy way to insert a Greek letter is to first press CTRL+Shift+G (Command+Shift+G for the Macintosh). The next letter typed will appear in Greek.
9. Sometimes you may want to insert symbols above or below another character, for example, to enter a vector arrow. To insert a symbol above (called "overscript"), press CTRL+Shift+["] (Command+Shift+["] for Macintosh) and then type in your symbol (or insert it from a palette).
For example, typing "x" then holding down CTRL+Shift and pressing ["] allows you to insert a symbol above the x, such as
10. Compute or recompute the entire Maple worksheet when you have changed expressions that affect subsequent Maple commands. Press Ctrl + Shift + Enter (Command + Shift + Enter in Macintosh) or click the execute worksheet icon.
Are there any short-cuts that you would add to this list?