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Pasting a Style with the Same Name

Recently, I stumbled across a tip totally by accident. I was copying formatted text from an older brochure layout and pasting it into a new version of this layout. The look of the brochure had changed dramatically, especially the formatting of the subheads and body copy. The text I copied from the old brochure had a Paragraph Style applied to it with the name “Copy 10/11 with Space.” The text in the new document had a style with exactly that same name. Much to my surprise, when I pasted the copy into my new brochure, it dropped the old formatting and picked up the updated Paragraph Style formatting of my new brochure.

Tip provided by Jeff Witchel, Certified Adobe® Training Provider.

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