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Style highlighter

Enthusiast ,
Nov 09, 2023 Nov 09, 2023

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Someone recommended I use the style highlighter to check my document. Where is it?

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Community Expert , Nov 09, 2023 Nov 09, 2023

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Right there. It's a toggle on both the Paragraph and Character Style panes, and switches in sync.

 

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Right there. It's a toggle on both the Paragraph and Character Style panes, and switches in sync.

 

The highlighting is suppressed in Normal view.


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Thank you. No luck doing a search for it in Adobe "help."

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I think you're right. I just spent ten minutes using the help search with everything from the exact pop-up name of the icon to every combination I could think of. If the content is in there, I couldn't find it.

 

(That's one thing I recall from the days of more frequently switching apps. Changing to, say, a new word processor often had a nearly vertical first step, simply because no two software houses used the same terminology for common elements, and until you figured out the nomenclature, you could search forever and not find the feature that was essentially the same as that of your last tool.)


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It was me! I recommended them to you, @Grundoon Groundhog! 😊

 

Here's a quick overview (the bold explanations are using a character style):

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~Barb

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