Post # 1
Okay, I may sound really dull but I’ve been trying to figure this out for a while and idk.
So, I’m working on a job and my supervisor sent me a word document with the style she wants my finished product to be in. I have already figured out how to import that style into my document, but now I don’t know where to go. Amusingly, I half expected it to readjust everything for me. Sooo… that didn’t happen. Am I just supposed to go through the whole document and try to match whatever particular thing I have with the long list of items? I’m so technology unsavy, how does this work?
Anyone that can help, thank you thank you. I’ll make you cookies.
Post # 2
so when you drop the font box down the new fonts are in the list?
Post # 3
Mrs2b2014: It’s more than that, it’s every aspect of the styling- from fonts and margins to the table formatting and a bunch of other stuff. I think I have to go through line by line and choose the styling. Which is a major pain in the ass. But I suppose there is no way for it to know. Lameeeeeeeeee.
Post # 5
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Have you been able to figure this out? I wish I could help. I HATE Word. There are ways to do this in InDesign, but I am not sure how to set up automations in Word. I feel for you! Good luck!
Post # 6
I think this is how it works: what you want to do is take the file you have the style on and save it as a word template instead of a word document. then when you click the word template, you should get a new file with the correct style.