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I want to manually modify parts of the text in order to make the justification look less bad (fully justified). The problem is - i select a pharagraph, go to Style Options - Justification - and manually change the first values BUT IT CHANGES THE JUSTIFICATION OF THE ENTIRE DOCUMENT!! I am not sure what i'm missing. Can you guys help me?

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I want to manually modify parts of the text in order to make the justification look less bad (fully justified). The problem is - i select a pharagraph, go to Style Options - Justification - and manually change the first values BUT IT CHANGES THE JUSTIFICATION OF THE ENTIRE DOCUMENT!! I am not sure what i'm missing. Can you guys help me?

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Hi @popescue82460300 :

 

If you are modifying a parent style (i.e., Body), and you have child styles based on Body (i.e., Quote or List or Footnote), then modifying the parent will roll down through the children. Check a paragraph style that you would not have expected to change and see what the Based on is set to. If you change a child style, it does not change the parent, so you can restore the child settings. 

 

~Barb 

 

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Also it sounds like you want to override the justificaion of a styled paragraph. If that’s the case select the text and use the Paragraph panel’s flyout menu Justification setting rather than editing the style in the Paragraph Style panel.

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