In this tutorial we have looked at how to apply the code style settings in a number of different scenarios including on a per-class basis and before-commit, as well as only reformatting code that you've changed. We've also looked at how to integrate EditorConfig files into your project and pulled it all together with an example.
You can also take a look at our IntelliJ IDEA Blog and embedded video on Code Formatting.
Here are some of the shortcuts that we used and some additional ones that you can try out.
|Name||macOS Shortcut||Windows Shortcut|
|Search everywhere dialog||⇧⇧||Shift+Shift|
|Apply Intention Actions||⌥⏎||Alt+Enter|
|Open the Commit Window||⌘0||Alt+0|
|Open the Project Window||⌘1||Alt+1|
|Reformat File Options||⌘⌥⇧L||Ctrl+Alt+Shift+L|