Learn how to add a keyboard shortcuts to styles in order to apply them more quickly.
- [Instructor] To apply styles more quickly,…you can add keyboard shortcuts to them.…The shortcut must use one or more of your modifier keys,…command option shift, or control alt shift,…in combination with one of the numbers…from your numeric keypad.…So if you're working on a laptop, or a smaller keyboard,…without a number pad this really isn't a viable option.…But in this case I have an extended keyboard,…and I would like to add a shortcut to my head two.…So I'll come to that, and I'm going to make that…command number pad two.…
So to apply the style I just move to the next place…in the layout where I need it, and type the shortcut.…
- Creating, applying, and redefining paragraph and character styles
- Using Quick Apply to apply styles
- Using GREP styles to automate text formatting
- Controlling text flow with styles
- Organizing content with paragraph rules and paragraph shading
- Creating, applying, and redefining object styles
- Applying styles with Find/Change
- Mapping Word styles to InDesign styles
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Paragraph and Character Styles Basics
2. Chapter Botched on Import
3. Advanced Text Styles
5. Object Styles
6. Table and Cell Styles
7. Other Uses of Styles
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