Working with Typefi means that the names of your paragraph styles may need to change. For
example it may be necessary to replace all the occurrences of Heading 1 (old style) with H1 - Chapter
Heading (new style).
Thankfully, you do not need to replace styles manually. Instead, there is a Word feature that helps you find all of the used instances of a paragraph or character style in a document:
- Place your cursor within a paragraph that has the style you want to replace (such as Heading 1 in the example).
- In the Word ribbon, select the Home tab. Then, in the Styles group, click the Expand styles icon ( ) to open the Word Styles panel.
Press Alt + Ctrl + Shift + S to quickly open the Word Styles panel.
- In the Styles panel, click the drop-down arrow to the right of the style name, and choose Select All [n] Instances (where [n] is the number of instances it occurs).
All of the text within the Word document that has this style applied to it is now selected.
- Click the new Typefi paragraph style name in the Styles panel (such as H1 - Chapter Heading in the example). All text is formatted with the old style is now formatted with the new style.