Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Assigning a style shortcut key
4
In the Formatting group, choose Comic Sans MS for the font style and 12 for the font
size.
5
Click OK.
Notice that in the document only the text that had the Normal styling applied to it has
changed to 12-point Comic Sans MS.
Keep the Styles task pane open to use in the next exercise.
Assigning a style shortcut key
A shortcut key makes formatting much easier and faster than using the Quick Styles Gallery.
In this exercise, you’ll assign Ctrl+S+G to the Strong Green1 style, and then you’ll apply the
style using the shortcut key.
1
In word0602_done, place the cursor on page 4 below the last line of the document. In
the Styles task pane, point to Strong Green1, and Word displays a down-arrow to the
right of the style name.
2
Click the down-arrow to display the menu and select Modify. Word displays the Modify
Style dialog box.
3
In the bottom-left corner of the dialog box, click Format.
4
Select the Shortcut key.
The Format menu lets you select a variety of options.
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