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Good eveningI used to have a "highlighting function" assigned to certain hot
    keys using MS Word and Wordperfect.With OpenOffice I could not figure out how make that work 
(nobody on
    that mailing list could tell either ...), so I created a macro.(here with LibreOffice the macro 
function currently does not work,
    but I make that a different thread)In LO I found, that you CAN assign that function (see 
below), but it
    does not do yet what I want to do:Tools -Customize -Keyboard -Format -a)Highlight 
fillb)HighlightingWhat I want to have:a keyboard shortcut, that will give me highlighting in a 
    color whenever I push the relevant key combination - in all
    documents;preferrably "toggling" between ON/OFF, like it is possible with
    sub/superscriptHowever, when I assigned a shortcut to eithera)Highlight fill 
orb)Highlightingthis works just ONCE and only after I specifically indicate color
    immediately before that - and that is not very helpful.I would like to have this functionality 
available like you get
    "bold" whenever you press Ctrl+B.Is that possible? (I really hope so, because I think it is 
    stupid to make this possible for sub/superscript but not highlight
    ...)If so, what is the trick to achieve this?Thank you.
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