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For quick re-use of text, copy it to one place and past it to another. Or you can just copy and past the text styles, which makes it simple to compare text with other texts in your work. Selects the text you want to copy. From the Edit on the top of the display menus, tap Edit > Copy, or tap Command-C.
Insert the text with its actual format into a new paragraph: Select Edit > Insert or type Command-V on the keypad. Insert and adjust the text you are inserting: Select Edit > Insert and Adjust Styles. They can also copy and insert entities such as forms, text fields, and pictures.
All you can do is copy the text styles of the text you choose and then copy that text to another text. Choose the text with the desired look you want to copy. It is the styling of the first characters in the text selector that is used. Choose cautiously - if the first letter in your choice is a blank, the text in which you insert the styles will be substituted with spaces.
Position the cursor in the text with the styles you want to copy. Anything you would see if you started entering at the insert position will be duplicated. These include all paragraphs, characters, and styles that are overriden for this text. Select Format > Copy Styles (from the Format on the top of the screen).
To add a different text to which you want to add the text to, or to place the cursor in the text, go to Format > Add Text Type. When you insert the insert point into a section or pick entire sections, text frames, or forms with text, what you insert replaces what you already have text in your section or drawing type.
Selecting one or more subsections (for example, one or more words in a paragraph) or an entire section and part of it will apply only glyphing styles, not essay styles, to the text you choose. Insert text styles from one Pages page to another. So if the template you insert the template into does not have the template, it will be added to the template's font or paragraph template menus.
lf a styles with the same name already exist, this styles gets a styles hash. For more information about handling stylescapes, see Update or Reset a Sales Style. Tip: You can append a button to the ribbon to copy a styles and paste a styles.