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Old 08-07-2009, 01:32 AM   #11
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While there could be many levels of inherited styles, practically speaking each paragraph in most books is surrounded by <p> and or<span> tags which contain the primary style settings for that paragraph. If the feature just cleared the style from those specific tags and let any others remain that would probably be sufficient in most cases.

Trying to 'unset' all the style settings that may exist further up in the hierarchy would require a whole new style to be created to counteract those settings, wouldn't it? It looks like GhostyJack is asking to just clear the style tags from that specific paragraph, so computing and creating a whole new style goes beyond that, and may not actually be desirable.
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