Go to System Preferences, Click on the Keyboard icon.
In Shortcuts, go to the App Shortcuts tab, adding your desired shortcut by clicking on the “+” icon in the bottom. Remember to enter the exact name of the menu command you want to add. (identical to how it is spelt in the application.)
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