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How do I apply a div style?

Engaged ,
Aug 26, 2016

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I am having trouble applying a Div style that I created. I can use the style successfully if I manually enter it in the topic HTML code, but can't figure out how to do the same thing in the UI.

Here's what I did when I tried to use the UI: I selected a paragraph in my topic, went to the Styles pod/Div styles, and double-clicked on the new style.

Result: nothing changed--no style added, no change to underlying HTML.

There must be an easier way than manual entry in the HTML code...could someone shine a light, please?

Thanks,

G

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I checked this out not too far back for someone else. It's an omission in the Design Editor that Adobe are now aware of.


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How do I apply a div style?

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I am having trouble applying a Div style that I created. I can use the style successfully if I manually enter it in the topic HTML code, but can't figure out how to do the same thing in the UI.

Here's what I did when I tried to use the UI: I selected a paragraph in my topic, went to the Styles pod/Div styles, and double-clicked on the new style.

Result: nothing changed--no style added, no change to underlying HTML.

There must be an easier way than manual entry in the HTML code...could someone shine a light, please?

Thanks,

G

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Correct answer by Peter Grainge | Adobe Community Professional

I checked this out not too far back for someone else. It's an omission in the Design Editor that Adobe are now aware of.


See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring information

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LEGEND ,
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Hi there

Perhaps try dragging and dropping?

Cheers... Rick

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Engaged ,
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Thanks for the lightning-fast reply, Rick!

Good idea, but no joy. The styles don't seem to be draggable.

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I checked this out not too far back for someone else. It's an omission in the Design Editor that Adobe are now aware of.


See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring information

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Thanks, Peter. I'm disappointed, but at least now I know I'm not losing my mind.

Cheers,

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