moderated Re: Easiest way to add headings to Word doc?
Van Lant, Robin
Thank you all. The Control alt 1 method works well. I think the thing that frustrated me about the Styles options is that it uses different fonts than I might want and the style options felt overwhelming because they are telling you all the fonts and formatting for each type of heading. I tend to use Arial or Calibri fonts and even using the Control Alt 1 method changes the font for the heading to Cambria. Even though this document is just for me, if I use headings in another document for work, I want to be aware of the font changes. I did find that, after I do a heading, I can change the font back to my standard font and the heading marking still sticks. I suppose I should take the time and tips from one of the listers to create my own style selection that uses my preferred fonts, but that is more than I want to bite of today when I’m simply trying to tag something for quick key navigation.
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Press CTRL alt and whatever number you want. For example, 1 for heading 1 text and 2 for heading 2 text. You can press the above hotkey either before or after typing your text. Just know that after you type text you want in heading xxx, you have to of course select it before pressing above hotkey.