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For the current WYSIWYG editor, hit Ctrl+Z immediately after conversion happened. For example: abc *def* ghi will result in abc def ghi On the other hand, abc *def*<CTRL+Z> ghi will result in abc *def* ghi This works for formatting only, not for Slack Emojis.


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I had a somewhat similar problem and found the following solution: 1) Open the Master Slide; 2) Select "Colors..." at the top of the Master Slide; 3) At the "Theme colors" dialog (right-hand side of the screen), select "Link"; 4) Pick the desired link color and it is finished...


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As of January 2019, you can use new Formatting options - Strikethrough (Alt-Shift-5): Source: https://gsuiteupdates.googleblog.com/2019/01/new-gmail-compose-formatting-and-download-options.html


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Here are the steps: Press Alt + / Type the color (eg. blue, red etc) Hit Enter Alt + / is like a command palette for all available commands. It's in Help menu.


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To escape a special character, f.e. * or @, type the following characters right before the character that we want to escape: Keep pressed: <ctrl><shift> Press and release, one after the other, the following characters: u a d Release: <ctrl><shift> For a moment, we will see, underlined: uAD which will soon become invisible. Now ...


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January 22nd 2019, Google announced: We're adding three new features to Gmail: Shortcut to undo/redo in the compose window Shortcut to strikethrough text Ability to download messages as .EML files in rfc822 format from Gmail on the web from New Gmail compose formatting and download options in the official G Suite Updates blog.


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Here's the recent update from Yammer: Beginning March 15, 2019, we are rolling out rich text formatting for Yammer posts. This includes bold, italic, links, bullets, and numbered lists. Composing messages with rich text formatting is only available on the web client and Yammer desktop. Mobile Yammer apps will display formatted messages, ...


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To make transparent text in Google Slides : Insert > Word Art Then change the fill and outline colors by clicking on the respective icons and clicking custom then changing the transparency level.


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I noticed that the method mentioned by Fonebone also works with colored text, highlighted text, text in a certain alignment (left, centered, and right), font, and font size, as well as the aforementioned emboldening, italicizing, underlining, and striking through. Basically, the text in your group will have to be the exact same, but you will have a seemingly ...


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If the last action that you made was to apply the color then use Redo Ctrl + y


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By default when you use HH:MM it's a TIME type of format Example : Format is TIME : 01:00:00 Format is DURATION : 25:00:00 Test : 01/01/2019 + 25:00:00 = 02/01/2019 01:00:00 with the TIME format. 01/01/2019 + 25:00:00 = 1043209:00:00 when using the DURATION format. Conclusion : try using HH:MM:SS to avoid futur format problems with ...


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To remove the colors that are actually used in the document... The color picker will (usually, see the note below) only have colors that currently exist in your document or in your default styles. Unfortunately, there's no easy way to find where the old colors are, so you need to do a bisect to find them: Copy over some of the content from your original ...


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As far as I'm aware, custom named styles (like "Normal text" etc.) are not yet supported and nobody is aware of any plans to implement them. However, implicit, "by example" styles exist and can be used with decent efficiency via "Copy format", "Paste format", "Paint format" and "Select all matching text" functions. The usage is roughly like this: In order ...


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