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Hi Brian,
Le 10/09/2014 19:10, Brian Barker a écrit :
At 18:36 10/09/2014 +0200, Alex Thurgood wrote:
Shouldn't applying the style overwrite all previous style information
though ?

This depends on what you mean. Applying one style of a type (character,
paragraph, page, etc.) should replace the effects of the previous style
of that type - but not styles of other types. So applying a paragraph
style (as suggested in this enquiry) will replace any previous paragraph
style but not, for example, any existing character style - which may
well affect formatting.

In addition, the disparaged local (manual) formatting always supersedes
that applied by styles, so applying a fresh paragraph style will not
remove this.

It's really a bug because it's a predifined style. So it should stay
consistent all over the document. I my test, there was no hard
formatting, I removed the content and apply the style as Joel said.

Kind regards

Sophie Gautier
Co-founder - Release coordinator
Certification Committee Member
The Document Foundation

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