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I can create strike-through style text on Windows Evernote.

Windows Evernote

But cannot find the button on Mac version

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"to strikethrough text, highlight the text then CMD-T. Click the strikethrough option at the top" I don't have a mac in front of me to test, which is why it isn't an "answer" –  Raystafarian Feb 10 '12 at 15:59
    
@Raystafarian It works. Post it as an answer. But why it does not show in the bar? –  onemach Feb 10 '12 at 16:05
    
It's not an implemented shortcut yet :( –  Raystafarian Feb 10 '12 at 16:17
    
To prevent questions about justified alignment, which doesn't have a button either: It's in the menu, Format » Alignment » Justify –  Daniel Beck Feb 10 '12 at 16:55
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To strike-through text, highlight the text then CMD + T and click the strikethrough option at the top

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Like in pretty much any OS X application. –  Daniel Beck Feb 10 '12 at 16:38
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...although they managed to mess up double unterline and double strikethrough... –  Daniel Beck Feb 10 '12 at 16:57
    
I don't believe this works anymore. Though Vince's answer below of Cmd+Ctrl+K worked for me in latest version Version 5.4.4 (402231) Also, @DanielBeck suck it. –  Sean Dunford Jan 29 at 9:25
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Cmd+Ctrl+K works for me in V3.3.1 but wasn't sure when this was added.

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This is indeed much faster that the chosen answer. –  slott Jan 7 at 13:13
    
lifesaver! Now only if one could set their prefered shortcut for it.. –  Tom Mar 10 at 12:06
    
Where did you find this information? It works for me. Thank you. –  JD. Jun 27 at 17:04
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