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#446 Define Styles in Word: Ctrl + Shift + S shortcut

A really quick and easy way to define your styles in Word is to use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + S. For example, if you want to change the style of a title, place your mouse on the title and click Ctrl + Shift + S. Click Modify to modify the style. You can choose whether this applies to just the document you’re working on or that all new documents are based on your new template. It’s also a handy shortcut to see which style has been applied to a certain part of your document quickly and easily. Any changes that you make to a Style applies to the rest of your document.

 

 

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