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Underlined cross-ref bullets

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I have some bulleted cross-ref lists where the bullets turn blue and are underlined like the text. I have other bulleted cross-ref lists in the same document where the bullets are black and are not underlined. Both have exactly the same settings in paragraph and character designer. How do I change the blue underlined bullets. to black without underlining? I've tried everything...no luck. Thanks.

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I assume you've already tried importing the paragraph, character, and cross-reference tags from the good file to the non-good file and removing overrides during import?

 

If that didn't work, you could always try a MIF wash.

 

If that doesn't work, please post pictures of the paragraph, character, and xref tags in question. 

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Underlined cross-ref bullets

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I have some bulleted cross-ref lists where the bullets turn blue and are underlined like the text. I have other bulleted cross-ref lists in the same document where the bullets are black and are not underlined. Both have exactly the same settings in paragraph and character designer. How do I change the blue underlined bullets. to black without underlining? I've tried everything...no luck. Thanks.

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Correct answer by LinSims | Adobe Community Professional

I assume you've already tried importing the paragraph, character, and cross-reference tags from the good file to the non-good file and removing overrides during import?

 

If that didn't work, you could always try a MIF wash.

 

If that doesn't work, please post pictures of the paragraph, character, and xref tags in question. 

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I assume you've already tried importing the paragraph, character, and cross-reference tags from the good file to the non-good file and removing overrides during import?

 

If that didn't work, you could always try a MIF wash.

 

If that doesn't work, please post pictures of the paragraph, character, and xref tags in question. 

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Can't believe I forgot to remove overrides during import. That did the trick. I need a vacation. Thanks for reply.

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