Because hot keys can be user defined, a printed list is of little use, so the program has a built in method of reporting what's in use.
If you go to [Settings], [Customise] and select the 'Keyboard' tab you'll see the dialogue where hot keys are defined.  Press for help using this page if you would like to customise any of them.

There's a button marked [Shortcut Report] near the bottom of this window.  If you click on this, you'll be asked whether you want to list the keys by character or by function.  Whichever you choose, the report will open in Notepad, where you can save or print it as you wish.
There are also options for saving the current key configuration to a file and (of course) restoring this file, so it's easy to transfer your preferred settings to a different machine.