On 15/09/16 00:12, Girvin Herr wrote:
This post gave me an idea to look at the find command (Edit > Find and
Replace... or Ctrl-F) dialog to see if it would search for a particular
style. I discovered that it does, under More Options! I ran some tests
and it does highlight the text with the selected style. This could be a
way to find and change those pesky imported styles. When all are
changed to the wanted style, then one could delete the now unused
style. I discovered long ago that LO will not delete a style which is
in use (duh). Finding all of them had been my problem until now.
Possibly selecting a new style and "Replace All" may solve your problem,
or at least make it less labor-intensive.
Yes indeed. I have often used this method on paragraph styles and it
If I have been using text from different sources, it is not uncommon to
find strange unwanted fonts in an exported pdf file (from LO Writer).
After wasting lots of time trying to locate these in Writer, I
discovered that you can also use 'find and replace' for fonts.
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