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Zaphod Beebledoc
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Old April 6th, 2014, 04:15 PM
It would be useful to have a Copy Format button, much like the one that Office and Open Office use.

I've got a few Articles that I want to bold and increase the size of some of the snippets to make them into section headings.

I've done a quick search of the forum, and can't see anything.

Sleet was enjoying a tasty beverage at his local tavern, when a Tarrasque showed up in the local area. He managed to valiantly get on it's back and ride it. How he did it is a mystery to this day...

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Old April 6th, 2014, 05:06 PM
You mean something like this:

You have a piece of text with just the right settings (size, colour, boldness).
You select a tool and right-click on the text.
You move the tool to some text elsewhere and left-click.
The first formatting is now applied to the text clicked on.

That would indeed be a nice feature.
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Zaphod Beebledoc
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Old April 6th, 2014, 11:54 PM
*nods* Exactly!

Sleet was enjoying a tasty beverage at his local tavern, when a Tarrasque showed up in the local area. He managed to valiantly get on it's back and ride it. How he did it is a mystery to this day...

RW: Engine Heart, I Love The Corps! Home Brew: Star Gate: Avalon, Monda Minutia. I'm good with: OpenOffice, Paint, Lego Digital Designer. & not so good with: Realm Works, Hero Lab, CC3+, GIMP, Cityographer, Hexographer, Fractal Mapper, AstroSynth, Inspiration Pad Pro. RW Kickstarter Supporter.
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Old April 7th, 2014, 05:37 AM
I use it with Office from time to time and it's a very handy feature to have when needed. There's already been a time or two when I wished that I had it in RW.
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Old April 7th, 2014, 10:35 AM
Paragraph styles would be my preferred way of handling these. In word I have shortcuts set up to quickly choose the correct style for each paragraph.
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Zaphod Beebledoc
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Old April 7th, 2014, 12:22 PM
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Paragraph styles would be my preferred way of handling these. In word I have shortcuts set up to quickly choose the correct style for each paragraph.
That would be useful as well!

Sleet was enjoying a tasty beverage at his local tavern, when a Tarrasque showed up in the local area. He managed to valiantly get on it's back and ride it. How he did it is a mystery to this day...

RW: Engine Heart, I Love The Corps! Home Brew: Star Gate: Avalon, Monda Minutia. I'm good with: OpenOffice, Paint, Lego Digital Designer. & not so good with: Realm Works, Hero Lab, CC3+, GIMP, Cityographer, Hexographer, Fractal Mapper, AstroSynth, Inspiration Pad Pro. RW Kickstarter Supporter.
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