2013/2/18 Tom Davies <email@example.com>
Please can you elaborate a bit on that? I mean do you change the "depends
When fonts or other formatting don't behave after applying a style i
usually try applying a completely different style and then re-apply the
formatting i really want. That generally seems to fix the problem.
However there must be something else lurking in there because it doesn't
always fix it.
So my 2nd route is to cut and re-paste as unformatted text
Shift Ctrl v
and then apply the various styles to the relevant parts of the pasted
text. It often takes quite a bit longer.
So, if there is a better way then that would be great to know.
Same as OP problem, try to select the text that don't seem to follow the
style correctly and use the "format->remove direct formatting" (or
something like this) menu command.
As far as I know, text formatting depend on at least four things: paragraph
style, character style, direct paragraph formatting and direct character
formatting, roughly in that order. If you have direct formatting, changing
style won't erase it. The format->remove direct formatting clear these.
(I'm not talking about conditional format here, because I'm not sure
when/how they apply).
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