From: Virgil Arrington Jr. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Mar 21 2002 - 17:24:40 EST
>Using lock styles, you can forbid a user from editing a document using
>the "Bold", "Italic", etc... buttons and font dialogs. Instead, you must
>only change formatting through the styles dialog.
If I understand you correctly, This sounds cool. I'm a great fan of styles
and I've noticed recently that, with so many different ways of formatting,
it can be hard to decifer which formatting attribute came from where,
whether through a style dialog or "manual" formatting. By controlling
everything through styles, formatting can really be handled well.
Does lock-styles also prevent the changing of the formatting of a single
word in a paragraph? For example, I often italicize a single word in a
paragraph, using the Ctrl-I key. If lock-styles prevents this, then I will
have to create and use a character style for such single word formatting.
While this isn't a problem, it will require the implementation of keystroke
shortcuts for selecting styles, for selecting a character style to format a
single word should be no more difficult or time consuming than pressing
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