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Old 06-02-2007, 06:57 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Dr. Drib
I look forward to reading this. Thanks Patricia.

One of the things about BD is that the styes inherited in each "paragraph" of text are often confusing. Having 4 vertical bars to designate a style is really not enough information.

What would be nice is if the user could see exactly what type of inheritance each paragraph has -- sort of like Word.
There is a simple way in Book Designer to see what the inheritance is in each paragraph.

From the Tools menu select HTML Fragment Editor. Then go and select the paragraph you want to check. Then go back to the HTML Fragment Editor window and click refresh. You will see the code for the selected section.

P.S. if you find anything off in the formatting of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia please let me know so I can try to fix it. I think it should be ok now as Patricia did a good job with the formatting. All I did was help fix the problem with the ToC.

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