Using and assigning style keyboard shortcuts


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Using and assigning style keyboard shortcuts

Styles are fast and easy to use, especially with all the tools available, such as the Styles pane, Classic Word 2003 Style box, aliases for quick application, and the Style gallery. But there is yet another even faster way of applying styles, most especially if you are a keyboard person. People that type all the time know that taking your hands off the keyboard to use the mouse slows you down. Word comes with lots of prebuilt keyboard shortcuts for your convenience.

Let's work with these first. Then we'll create some of our own shortcuts. Now you may remember, if you've been following along, how you can promote and demote heading styles using the Outline view. Word also allows you to apply, promote, and demote Heading styles using keyboard shortcuts. Click anywhere in the paragraph that says "Orange County Oasis." Since it's in a textbox, you may have to click twice. On your keyboard, we are going to use the keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Alt+1.

Now, what we've done i...

Using and assigning style keyboard shortcuts
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Using and assigning style keyboard shortcuts provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2007: Styles in Depth

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Business
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