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Crystal Horn

Hi there, Jim.  You can add any of those "first level" functions, like Arrange, to the quick access toolbar.  The submenus, however, have to stay under the "first level" function.  

You can cut down on clicks, however.  Once you have accessed the Arrange menu on your quick access toolbar, use the keystroke shortcut "r" for "Bring to Front."  In the below example, I can make this happen by selecting my object, and typing "Alt+5" and "r".

I hope that helps!

Andrew Teasdale

Crystal, thanks for that help. You should be able to drag the order on the timeline or set up a direct keyboard shortcut to move an item forward/backward. Alt+# then letter is better than a mouse but Alt+# is the way. Maybe you can pass that along to the developers.

In general, make the application more keyboard friendly. See Adobe products for a model on how to do this. MS Word is good too.