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What Can You Do With Project Shortcuts?

In a project, use shortcuts to make it easy for any project user to find and access important files and operations. You can use shortcuts to make top models or scripts easier to find in a large project. You can group shortcuts to organize them by type and annotate them to use meaningful names instead of cryptic file names.

Using the Project Shortcuts tab in the toolstrip, you can execute, group, or annotate shortcuts. Run shortcuts by clicking them in the Project Shortcuts tab or execute them manually from the context menu.

To automate tasks, use startup and shutdown files instead. You can use startup files to help you set up the environment for your project, and shutdown shortcuts to help you clean up the environment for the current project when you close it.

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