Headings in Pages for mac.
VoiceOver does not seem to announce headings anyway, and all the default heading style does is make the text bold and 30-point font. I like to center headings, something the default does not do, so I prefer to just make my own. I select the text, bold it with cmd-b, center it with cmd-shift-backslash, then change the font. You can hit cmd-equals to increase the font to wherever you want, hit cmd-t and set it in there, or use the formatter group. You can also make your own style, of course, and apply that if you want to.
Actually for me I created my own styles and applied short cut keys. f1 to 18. I wish I could go higher then that but pages will not let you. Here is the stuff I did.
- heading level 1 bulded 18 points
- heading level 2 bulded 16 points
- heading level 3 if I have one would probably be bolded 12 points as it is less important.
By the way, thanks for the key board shortcuts. I had no idea they existed. in pages. I looked at the key guide and a lot of them were click and mouse stuff which really does not help me.