Wondering if there if there is a shortcut buried anywhere in InDesign CC that allows character styling to be removed?
As an example:
I might currently select a word in a paragraph and apply a pre-made italic character style (usually using a numbered shortcut, eg keypad 1 on right side of my keyboard applies italic version of my body font).
If I subsequently change my mind and want that word back into Roman, I (slightly laboriously) select the same word and then call up the character styling palatte and then click '[None]' at the top of that palette.
It would be nice just to play a keyboard shortcut that does the same (ie, take off any character styling applied to that individual word).
I thought I had found it within the CC keyboard shortcut sets under Edit > Keyboard shortcuts > (Product area) Text and tables > Clear Character Overrides but it doesn't seem to work.
It's not a major thing and I'm probably just being a bit dim but any help appreciated
you can create a style based on none and assign a short cut
Thanks Grant. And sorry - once I posted my question a link came up on the side that gave a full explanation as well:
Problem solved, many thanks.