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Using Custom Styles

Thread began 1/12/2011 2:36 pm by Brett Atkin | Last modified 1/14/2011 12:39 pm by Brett Atkin | 1322 views | 5 replies |

Brett Atkin

Using Custom Styles

I have configured custom styles...

I can apply a custom style to a block of text...

What I CAN NOT do is change that style to another custom style or remove the custom style. How do I do that?

I've tried highlighting the block of text and clicking the "Normal" selection the FORMAT drop-down but it does nothing.

Once a block of text gets a custom style, it appears it can't be changed without editing the raw HTML.

What am I missing?

Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The Styles list is a toggle. Once you apply the style to a block of text, select the style again to toggle it off.

Select the block of text, then select the style from the style list again, this will remove it.

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Brett Atkin

Whew...that was easy. I would have never thought of that though. Is there a way to add a "reset" style of some sort to remove all style information?

Thanks

Brett

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

No, there is not an option to reset styles.

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neilo

You can only select all the text that you want the styles removed from, and click the 'Remove Format' icon, if you have included that in your button bar.

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Brett Atkin

Neilo,

Thank you for that. I never thought of that one.

Brett

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