Typefi Writer 8.7.4 or higher
New tools were introduced to make identifying and replacing local formatting—styling that you manually apply, such as making text bold or italic— much easier.
Typefi Writer 8.7.3 and earlier
Local formatting—styling that you manually apply, such as making text bold or italic—are easily recognisable in the Microsoft Word Styles panel after all of the Typefi paragraph styles have been applied. They appear as a style override, listing the paragraph style name followed by a plus (+) symbol and the name of the local format.
If you do not see any style overrides, click Options in the Word Styles panel and select Font formatting.
To select all soft style instances for a particular paragraph style and apply a Typefi character style to them:
- First, check that the Typefi character style is listed in the Word Styles panel. If
the style isn’t listed, apply it to some text in the document to add it to the panel.
- For each style containing soft style overrides, locate the style override in the list.
- Click the drop-down arrow and choose Select All [n] Instances.
- Now that all of the text formatting with the soft style is selected, click the Typefi character style
in the Word Styles panel.