Did you know with Mac OS X tiger, you can take some formatted text in a Cocoa application, like TextEdit, and copy the formatting attributes from one section of a document to another? It's very useful if you need to copy the formatting quickly.
Let's get to it:
1. First, open a Cocoa based application with some text that you want to edit. 2. Select the text with the attributes you want to copy. and press COMMAND-OPTION-C 3. Now, select the text to apply these attributes to. 4. Now press COMMAND-OPTION-V and your formatting will be applied to the selected text.