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Editing Styles

The preceding sections describe how to create styles, and now we'll examine all the attributes you can edit. Before you edit styles, you may want to turn off the Apply check box (Figure 10.11) to be sure you won't go around applying styles willy-nilly.

To edit an HTML style:

1.
In the HTML Styles panel, click on the style for which you want to change the attributes.

2.
Double-click on the style you wish to edit, and the Define HTML Styles dialog box will appear (as seen in Figure 10.13).

3.
To rename the style, type the new name in the Name text box.

4.
In the Apply To area of the dialog box, you can change the style from Paragraph to Selection, or vice versa, if you wish. Click the Paragraph or Selection radio button.

5.
In the When Applying area of the dialog box, you can choose to override existing formatting (click the Clear Existing Style radio button) or to add the style's attributes to already-formatted text (click the Add to Existing Style radio button).

6.
Select any attributes you like for the style. See the sidebar on this page for details about these attributes.

7.
When you're finished, click OK to save your changes and close the Define HTML Style dialog box.

The edited style will be stored in the HTML Styles panel, and its changes will be active the next time you apply the style.


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