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Is there a way to view all my styles in the 'Styles and Formatting' pod at once?

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Sep 04, 2015

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Hey all,

I have been researching a way to view all of the styles in the ‘Styles and Formatting’ pod for a while and I’m running into snags while getting it to work.

My company uses a massive amount of styles and despite trying to narrow them all universally to just paragraph styles, I can’t seem to find a way to either scroll out and see them all in one view, or shorten the space between the style titles in the pod.

Does anyone know of a way to do this, and if so can it be applied to that pod as a default setting, OR a quick way to do this each time. (short of deleting styles we may only use every now and then and have to add them in later occasionally.)



A response A.S.A.P would be great, got A LOT of web and printed generations to do within the next few weeks.

(All in Robohelp 11, we FINALLY got away from 9)

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Assuming you want to show more styles at once (without scrolling), right-click in the pod and deselect Show Preview. That will display a plain text name for each style, rather than represent the look and feel of each style. If you have a lot of styles, however, you will always have to scroll.

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Is there a way to view all my styles in the 'Styles and Formatting' pod at once?

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Sep 04, 2015

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Hey all,

I have been researching a way to view all of the styles in the ‘Styles and Formatting’ pod for a while and I’m running into snags while getting it to work.

My company uses a massive amount of styles and despite trying to narrow them all universally to just paragraph styles, I can’t seem to find a way to either scroll out and see them all in one view, or shorten the space between the style titles in the pod.

Does anyone know of a way to do this, and if so can it be applied to that pod as a default setting, OR a quick way to do this each time. (short of deleting styles we may only use every now and then and have to add them in later occasionally.)



A response A.S.A.P would be great, got A LOT of web and printed generations to do within the next few weeks.

(All in Robohelp 11, we FINALLY got away from 9)

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Correct answer by Amebr | Adobe Community Professional

Assuming you want to show more styles at once (without scrolling), right-click in the pod and deselect Show Preview. That will display a plain text name for each style, rather than represent the look and feel of each style. If you have a lot of styles, however, you will always have to scroll.

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Sep 05, 2015

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I am not following your question as all the styles can be shown as below.

StylePod.png

What is it that you need that is not shown above?


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Assuming you want to show more styles at once (without scrolling), right-click in the pod and deselect Show Preview. That will display a plain text name for each style, rather than represent the look and feel of each style. If you have a lot of styles, however, you will always have to scroll.

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