|left-click||select items in the display area, toolbars, sidebar or main menu|
|left-drag||move the spectrum around in the display area|
|mouse-wheel in spectrum||Zoom in/out1|
|Shift + mouse-wheel in spectrum||Raise/lower contour level|
|Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) + mouse-wheel in spectrum||Move through z-planes|
|mouse-wheel on axis||selectively zoom only that axis (and in effect change the aspect ratio)|
|Shift + left-drag||Zoom into an area (a yellow box is drawn)|
|Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) + left-click||Select/deselect multiple peaks|
|Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) + left-drag||Select all peaks in an area (a pink box is drawn)|
|Shift + Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) + left-drag||Pick peaks in an area (a blue box is drawn)2|
|Shift + Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) + left-click||Manually place a peak2|
|middle-button drag||move a selected peak to a new position|
|right-click||context dependent menu on display, selected peak, spectrum toolbar, sidebar and tables (these also contain the two-key keyboard shortcuts or many actions)|
1 If you go to Main Menu / Preferences you can select whether the zoom occurs centred on the spectrum or centered around the cursor/mouse position. For more information go to Zooming.
2 Peaks are picked for all visible contours in a display. To pick selectively only positive or negative peaks or only peaks in one spectrum, make sure only those contours/spectra are currently displayed. For more information on peak picking go to our Peak Picking Tutorial.