Save the paragraph/character format tag

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Jun 28, 2018 Jun 28, 2018

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Is there a way to save the paragraph/character format tag I create in one FrameMaker 2017 book so that I can use them in other documents and books as well?

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Advisor , Jun 28, 2018 Jun 28, 2018
You can save a reference file with any formats you want to reuse, and then you'll have two options:import all the formats from the reference file to the target document(s) with File > Import > Formatscopy/paste a single format from the reference: use Edit > Copy special > Paragraph format in the reference file, then just Edit > Paste in the target document; use the paragraph designer to save the new format in the target

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You can save a reference file with any formats you want to reuse, and then you'll have two options:

  • import all the formats from the reference file to the target document(s) with File > Import > Formats
  • copy/paste a single format from the reference: use Edit > Copy special > Paragraph format in the reference file, then just Edit > Paste in the target document; use the paragraph designer to save the new format in the target

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Thanks, FieryPantone .

Got it! Worked like a charm.

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