Is it possible to assign a shortcut key to the styles from within the macro?
I tried, but I don't see where I can designate the style that I want to give the shortcut to. Cherylhi Cheryl, The follow bit of code assigns the shortcut key "Alt Shift Crtl z" to the Heading 1 style. Customization Context = Normal Template Key Bindings.
The list of functions filters in real time, so you can access and use Word Perfect tools, dialog box settings, menu commands, macros, and feature options in a few keystrokes." As mentioned, these keyboards are selectable on the Tools, Settings, Customize, Keyboard (tab).
Or — even easier — you can enable, then click on, an icon on the bottom of the Word Perfect window to bring up the list of keyboards for your selection, as explained in Footnote 1.
If you choose to create a new keyboard definition or copy an existing one, be sure to it after you've modified it — assuming, of course, you want to start using it right away.
You can do this by returning to the Customize Settings window with Tools, Settings, Customize.To provide feedback on individual help topics, use the “Feedback on this topic” link on the individual topic page.A macro is a short piece of code that runs in the background of the Word application.SOLIDWORKS welcomes your feedback concerning the presentation, accuracy, and thoroughness of the documentation.Use the form below to send your comments and suggestions about this topic directly to our documentation team.This doesn’t require any programming knowledge or technicality.You can create a macro by using the macro recorder to record a sequence of actions.Be careful you don't overwrite commonly used existing shortcut keys though! Choose Styles (all the way down on the left) and then hit the KEYBOARD button. Cheers, Andrew Hi Anne, can we create shortcuts for styles without using a macro? I know I can press Ctrl Shift U and go to the styles, but how can I set a style by shortcut keys? If it isn't highlighted, just click on it to select that portion of the window.From that point, I just type [i.e., simultaneously depress] the key combination that I want to edit, i.e. No more scrolling."," will bring up a list of ordinary character keys (A, B, C, a, b, c), punctuation marks, and extended characters.