Some are under Types and Tables in the Edit>Keyboad shortcuts.
Define your own shortcuts then click "Show Set"
You can get a text file that you can search.
I've done that, but all I can find are these:
Type & Tables: Character --- Default: Cmd+T
Type & Tables: Conditional Text --- [none defined]
Type & Tables: Cross-References --- [none defined]
Type & Tables: Glyphs --- Default: Opt+Shift+F11
Type & Tables: Index --- Default: Shift+F8
Type & Tables: Paragraph --- Default: Opt+Cmd+T
Type & Tables: Story --- [none defined]
Type & Tables: Table --- Default: Shift+F9
Hmm … for some reason, those don't work — when I try it, it says "Cannot find match."
Are you try to assign keyboardshort cut in the blank rectangel (New Shortcut).
I assign it just find — but when I do my search and attempt to USE it, it says "Cannot find match."
I tried here on indesign cs6 and work fine, create a New Set in Keyboard shortcut and assign the new keys and make sure you select this Set before close keyboard shortcut panel.
OK, so I was searching under the TEXT field instead of the GREP field.
What is the difference between TEXT and GREP ??
GREP seems to be working for me … THANKS!