You can change the strike price of:

- a single option position;
- all option positions in a strategy;
- all option positions in several strategies.

## The strike price of separate position

- an option position contains any real fills;
- a strategy contains a position (option call/put) at the strike we want to set;
- a strike is not in the option series.

You can change the strike price in two ways:

- Click on a cell and select the strike from the drop-down list of available strikes. Some strike prices may not be available. This means that the strike price can not be set.
- Right-click on the row and select the
**Shift**command. This will open a list of available subcommands:- Shift N strike up (+ N) – move N strikes up
- Shift N strike down (-N) – move N strikes down

`CME ES FC U16 2180`

. The strike is`2180`

with the step distance between the strikes being`5`

. If we select the**Shift 3 strike up**command, the price will be moved up by`3`

strikes and will become`2195`

(you can check this in the Option Desk). So the position’s strike will become`2195`

. Some commands may not be available, if it is not possible to shift the price on the interest strike price.

## The strike prices of all positions in a strategy

- there are any option positions containing any real fills;
- any of the target strikes are not in the option series.

You can shift the strike prices of all positions in the strategy simultaneously.
To do this, right-click on the strategy and select **Shift → Shift N strike up/down** command. The **N** is a number of strikes.

## The strike prices of all positions in several strategies

- there are any option positions containing any real fills;
- any of the target strike prices are not in the option series.

To shift the strike prices click the Shift up (+1)/Shift down (-1) button on the top panel.