Tony Willenberg

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    Tony Willenberg commented  · 

    It's very frustrating that such a straightforward function is not available in InDesign: CMD+Y usually does it in most apps. The function is simply, repeat the last thing done. If you formatted, format again. If you typed a character, type it again. If you changed font, re-apply the change of font again. If you deleted some text, delete what's selected again. It would be a tremendous time saver when applying character styles to words throughout a body of text, without requiring a specific shortcut key combination to be setup for each character style.

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