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Old 07-11-2008, 08:39 AM   #2
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I am working on a 200 page document (ID CS3 Windows) with something like 80 linked documents. At least twice in the past day I have found paragraphs whose styles have been changed to that of an adjacent paragraph.

Has anyone else seen this?
Had you inadvertently backed up and connected the two paragraphs? I do that occasionally, and then discover one set of styles had overwritten another.

It is common enough a bit of foolishness (for me, I hasten to add) that if I see a paragraph in the wrong style, I just assume I did it. So no good advice here. I’ll try to pay more attention in the future, though. Maybe it is ID CS3.

   
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