Alignment change when pasting between documents

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Mar 04, 2021 Mar 04, 2021

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I'm using InDesign with middle east features. (because i need to put some Hebrew in otherwise English documents.) I'm having this new problem -- when I cut and paste between two documents, the alignment changes. ie, left-to-right English text, when pasteed into a new document, is treated like right-to-left ME text (ie not only right aligned, but punctuation happening on the wrong side). I don't get where it's getting the style from. Even if I import all my style sheets for text and objects into the new document, it still does it. Even if I close all documents and set all my default text styles to english...it still happens. Where oh where could it be getting this unwanted right-to-left ME formatting from and how can I get rid of it??

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 04, 2021 Mar 04, 2021
This could happen if your paragraph styles are set as based on [Basic Paragraph]   In that case, all attributes not changed in the new style take on the values from [Baic Paragraph] in the new document.

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This could happen if your paragraph styles are set as based on [Basic Paragraph]  

In that case, all attributes not changed in the new style take on the values from [Baic Paragraph] in the new document.

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