Edit>keyboard shortcuts>Show Set
Choose Edit > Keyboard Shortcuts. In the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box, click Show Set. It opens as a text file, and shows all the shortcuts which are in your copy of InDesign (including ones you have added yourself). You can print that out.
Remember that time you were focused on the attitude you perceived me as having?
The comment you were replying to actually mentioned this document, and that I'd managed to search it to find what I was looking for with a <FIND> action within it.
Your attitude has probably blinded you. Let me help you see:
Way back then you simply could have put your attitude aside and simply stated. "yep, that's the way. it's called a Set, and you reopen it like this, [Edit>Keyboard Shortcuts... [Show Set]] This is the only way to find (through a search function) all the shortcuts within Indesign, even though it's technically not within the Indesign app."
But you preferred being... well, I think you should complete the sentence, after all you're much better than me at being passive agressive.
I prefer direct aggression, but only when it's called for.
I give up. You can keep you crap attitude and go on demanding that software bend to your wishes. What an appropriate user name you've chosen. I'm done.
I think I need to shut this one down, too.
Let me remind everyone that we need to be civil here on the forum. Any sort of personal attack is a violation of both forum policy and my un-published (and not officially sanctioned) standards for behavior.