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To Copy the Properties of a Cell to Other Cells

To Copy the Properties of a Cell to Other Cells

  1. Click inside the cell whose properties you want to copy.

    To view the current properties of the selected cell, press Ctrl+1 to open the Properties
    palette.

    All the properties of the cell are copied except the cell type: text or block.

  2. Right-click and select Match Cell.

    The cursor changes to a paintbrush.

  3. To copy the properties to another cell, click inside the cell.
  4. Press Esc to end copying properties.

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