I know how to assign shortcut keys to Styles. But what I would like to do is create a shortcut key that functions like the Bold/Italic/Underline keys (Ctrl-B/Ctrl-I/Ctrl-U): Namely, when I hit the shortcut key, I want the associated style to be toggled ON; then when I het the shortcut key again, I want the style to toggle OFF. Is there a way to make this happen?
I have set up a style that I use often (sporadically throughout a document), so I want to be able to turn it on and off quickly from the keyboard as I type. (The current behavior is that I have to type my text, then go back and select the text that I want to apply the style to, then hit the shortcut key.)
NOTE: A satisfactory alternative would be the ability to assign a Shortcut Key to the "Default Paragraph Font" (so I could have one key to turn the special style on, then another to turn it off -- currently you can't do this without using the mouse.) Unfortunately, that appears to be the one style that you can't assign a shortcut to. (*sigh*)