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 I think this blue line shows there is an over ride on a paragraph style. When I clear over rides it goes away. I have no idea why they occur but think it might have to do with a different child master that I applied with a different text box size.

When I send the document to the printer will the over ride come back?

You can disable the Style Override Highlighter in the Paragraphs Styles panel, and no – it won't print.

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vertical blue line for overrides?

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 I think this blue line shows there is an over ride on a paragraph style. When I clear over rides it goes away. I have no idea why they occur but think it might have to do with a different child master that I applied with a different text box size.

When I send the document to the printer will the over ride come back?

You can disable the Style Override Highlighter in the Paragraphs Styles panel, and no – it won't print.

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https://www.creativepro.com/why-is-my-indesign-text-highlighted-in-blue/

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You can disable the Style Override Highlighter in the Paragraphs Styles panel, and no – it won't print.

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https://www.creativepro.com/why-is-my-indesign-text-highlighted-in-blue/

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Yes, it's a paragraph level override.

And no, I don't think it would make any difference to a printer if there are Style overrides, in that it has nothing to do with the printing of the layout. It's really a design-consistency issue. 

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Thanks Jeff! The article you referenced really helped me understand what was happening. It does seem to be a useful feature, I've located some errant text boxes and some caption boxes that were missing their object style with it already.

 

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