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I don't know a way of setting your shortcut key to a toggle aside from the VBA macro already suggested. The best alternate option here is control+shift+n which sets the style to "Normal", so you can use the shortcut key you've setup for your own style, then press control+shift+n to return to "normal" style. The suggestion of control+space actually only ...


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Its already built in Word 2016 (Windows & Macintosh) Go to Insert → Header → Down arrow ↓ → Branded style is what you need and you can customize the color and size too



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