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XMind Shortcuts at a Glance

            XMind is perhaps the most recommended tool for mind mapping projects or tasks. Though there are copious other tools for the same purpose, but the extensive features of this tool makes it the most loved one.
Whenever we work with any tool, the first and the foremost thing we search for is the shortcut list. I too needed it most as I had to open the labels over and over again just to find the shortcuts.
I googled it out but was unable to find a full list. So thought to make one for myself and as I have already made it then why not share it as well.
So here goes the list. Though a short one, but contains all the important ones.
Hope it will help you in your work. :)

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