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El 2016-12-14 06:45, Gary Collins escribiĆ³:
My question: is it possible to remove an applied character style from
a text selection without changing anything else?
Situation: i have a character style which i apply to individual words
and phrases in footnotes. If i apply this style to the last word in
the footnote (quite frequent), then make edits in the main text ,
possibly adding further footnotes, then decide to add some words to
the end of that footnote, the added words will also have that
character style applied. That is not usually what i want. Can i remove
the style from the added words only?

"Default style", the first character style offered by the Styles and formatting editor, is special: by applying it you'll erase any character style of your text. You just need to select the text with the character style you want to remove and then double click on the "Default style" character style.



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