Adding heading Styles


Brian and Denise Albriton <autoharp@...>
 

I seem to remember a keystroke mentioned for adding heading levels but dont' recall what it is?
brian


Ann Byrne
 

alt+control+1 for header 1, +2 for header 2, etc. First selecting the text, of course.


Kevin Hourigan <kevinthourigan@...>
 

Hello Brien and Denice , Press control shift s and down arrow. Cheers Kevin.

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From: Brian and Denise Albriton Sent: Monday, November 18, 2013 2:44 PM To: The Jaws for Windows support list. Subject: Adding heading Styles

I seem to remember a keystroke mentioned for adding heading levels but dont' recall what it is?
brian



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Ed Marquette <marquette.ed@...>
 

Much good information has been given on this subject. There are
just two cautions.
First, headings are, in fact, styles. So, you can reach them by
pressing, as someone suggests, control plus shift plus s. Then,
hit down arrow and follow with the letter h. You should try this
before using the shortcut key that Ann suggests -- the first time.
This is because you may be using a template document or a document
created by someone else which does not use the heading styles. In
fact, many third-party style creators disable the heading styles,
which is unfortunate.
If, however, you do have heading styles, Ann's suggestion works
great.
Control plus alt plus 1 gets you heading 1; control plus alt plus
2 gets you heading 2; and control plus alt plus 3 gets you heading
3. Unfortunately, if you need to go below heading 3, you must use
the control plus shift plus s technique referenced above and in
another post.
Also, Ann's suggestion of highlighting is a good one, though not
necessary if you plan to add the heading style to the entire
paragraph (until the return).
I say Ann's suggestion is a good one because you may want the
heading style to apply only to the first few words of a paragraph,
and not the entire paragraph.
This is particularly true if the heading 1 style also includes
characteristics such as bold or underlining.
Remember a heading is not the same thing as a header.

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From: Jfw [mailto:jfw-bounces@lists.the-jdh.com] On Behalf Of Ann
Byrne
Sent: Monday, November 18, 2013 5:57 PM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Re: Adding heading Styles

alt+control+1 for header 1, +2 for header 2, etc. First selecting

the text, of course.



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