Throughout the following document, a key press is shown in square brackets i.e.  means the key 1 etc.
- [S] – Stop.
- If the table is moving pressing [S] will stop it immediately on the current step.
- Note the controller stops the table immediately however the mass of the table means it may overshoot and the indicated position will be wrong. Using [C] instead decelerates the table and preserves the position.
- [C] – Cancel.
- In division modes stops the table (declerates it until it stops).
- In edit mode cancels the editing of a value and restores the original value.
- Backs out of menus, pressing repeatedly will eventually return to the main menu.
- Cancels an edit, backs out of menus/modes. If the table is moving it will bring it to a stop.
- [G] – Go [enter].
- Enters the currently displayed value in an editable box.
- [<>] – Prev, Next.
- In division modes advances table 1 division CCW or CW.
- When editing moves cursor left / right or up / down.
- [Speed] - Speed.
- Cycles through speed values of 1 to 5 then repeats. (Only effective if table is stationary)
- Numeric keys.
- In division modes that support jogging these advance table by angle shown under the key.
- In edit mode (when inside brackets ) these enter new values.
- In division modes the zero key can be used to reset the angle/division displayed.
- Numbers to be edited are surrounded by a pair of square brackets (e.g. ) with the cursor visible beneath the left most digit.
- Pressing a numeric key will overwrite the digit at the cursor and move the cursor one place to the right.
- If required the cursor can be moved left and right with the [<>] keys.
- Press [G] at any time to enter the number displayed, or [C] to cancel (resetting the number to its original value).
- Note: It’s not possible to overwrite or move a decimal point.