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Hello again Team!

I am confused when to use the Emphasis vs. the Strong Emphasis Character
style.  Specifically, the difference between the three bolded options
below.  I am using the template in the NextCloud Contributor Resources
folder (6.x) for guidance.
Thank you so much for your help!

 Emphasis

This italics character style is built in to LibreOffice. Use it for the
following:

Chapters referred to, for example *Chapter 1 Introducing Impress*
Books and user guides referred to, for example *Impress Guide*
* Options in LibreOffice dialogs, for example As character, Format.*
Other terms that are commonly italicized in English usage.

Strong Emphasis

This bold character style is built in to LibreOffice. Use it for terms that
are commonly printed in bold and for the following:

Menu paths, for example *File > Save*

* Context menu options when you right-click, for example Font, Style Dialog
buttons, for example Add, OK*
Icon names, for example *Gallery*, *Undo*

Kind regards,

Toni

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