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Copy and paste formats in Cocoa apps System
This month's MacAddict magazine contains a section on OS X tips, many from Apple employees. Although most of the the hints have been covered here previously, there are some tidbits I hadn't seen before.

For example, did you know that you can use command-3 and command-4 to copy and paste the formatting (font, style, size) of one block of text to another? Just select one bit of text, hit command-3, select another bit of text, and hit command-4. The format of the first bit will be applied to the second bit.

I had seen these choices in the TextEdit Format -> Font menu option, but I did not realize that they applied automatically to any Cocoa application.
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