In addition to using the default set of keyboard shortcuts, you can assign your own custom shortcuts to nearly any menu command, button, or tool. You can save different sets of shortcuts and restore the default settings.
Application displays commands found in the menu bar, organized by category.
Windows displays commands associated with window buttons and pop‑up menus.
To add a shortcut, type it.
note: If the shortcut was used by another command, an alert appears at the bottom of the dialog box.
To erase a shortcut, click Clear.
To reverse either of the actions above, click Undo.
Some commands are reserved by the operating system and cannot be reassigned to Premiere Elements. Likewise, you cannot assign numbers or the plus (+) and minus (–) keys on the numeric keypad because they are necessary for entering relative timecode values. You can assign these keys on the keyboard, however.
To remove a single shortcut, select it and click Clear.
To remove a custom set of shortcuts, select the key set you want to remove from the Set pop‑up menu and click Delete. When asked, confirm your choice by clicking Delete.