Do you want to edit Paragraph text styles? When working on a document in Numbers, Pages, or Keynote, you have an amazing feature known as Paragraph Styles. Also, the feature is labeled as Paragraph Styles. However, some people think of these more as “text styles” as they format the text elements of your document such as the headings, title, and body.
After using Paragraph Styles you can store yourself from manually formatting the size, font style, and color as you can just apply a style with a tap or click.
Also, you can customize those planned Paragraph Styles or make your own styles throughout your document. It saves you from continually having to modify the size, font style, or color of your text manually.
Here, we’ll display you how to customize existing and make new Paragraph (or text) Styles in Numbers, Pages, and Keynote.
Edit Paragraph Text Styles in Numbers, Pages & Keynote
Like several others, we’ve brought you Numbers, Pages, and Keynote, the process is quite the same for all 3 applications.
How To Customize Paragraph Style On Mac
So, head over to the apps to the document you like to work with and follow these instructions to customize an existing Paragraph Style.
Choose your text and apply a Paragraph Style to it by tapping the Format button, and then selecting a style from the drop-down list located at the top of the sidebar.
Using your text still chosen, make your modifications in the sidebar for the size, font style, color, or however you like to format it.
Once, you’ll then view the Paragraph Style located at the top now has an Update button. Move ahead and tap Update.
That Paragraph Style will now have your modification to it, and you can then reuse it on all over your document.
How To Create a Paragraph Style on Mac
Might be you don’t need to update an existing Paragraph Style as you still want to use it. But also you like to use it with modification. This is when you can take the benefit of making your own.
Choose your text and remember the Format sidebar is visible.
Select a Paragraph Style to begin with and then format your text using the choices in the sidebar.
Once done tap the Paragraph Styles drop-down box located at the top and choose the plus sign.
You’ll then view your style appear in the list ready for you to assign a name to your style. So, pop in a name and press Return.
Now your new style will be in the list for you to use in the whole document.
Rename or Remove a Paragraph Style on Mac
You can also rename or remove a Paragraph Style easily if required.
Choose the style in the drop-down list and then tap the arrow to the right. Select Rename to provide it a new name or Delete to erase it.
When you Delete the style, you’ll be asked to choose one to replace it. So if your style was for body text, for instance, you can choose Body to use the preset style.
How To Customize a Paragraph Style on iOS
While using Numbers, Pages, or Keynote on your iOS, you can simply customize an existing Paragraph Style there too. Also, we use Pages for this how-to.
Choose your text and apply a Paragraph Style to it after clicking the Style button (brush icon) and selecting a style from the drop-down list.
Using your text still chosen, make your modification for the size, font style, color, or however you like to format it.
Once finished, you’ll then view the Paragraph Style now has an Update button. Move ahead and click Update.
That Paragraph Style will now have your modification to it, and you can reuse it throughout your document.
Create a Paragraph Style on iPhone and iPad
You can also create and reuse your own Paragraph Style on iPhone and iPad.
Choose your text and click the Style button.
Select a Paragraph Style to begin with and then format your text.
Click Paragraph Styles and then click Edit.
Click the plus sign.
Provide your new style a name and click Done.
You’ll then view your style appear in the ready list for you to reuse.
Rename or Remove a Paragraph Style on iPad or iPhone
You can also rename or remove a Paragraph Style on iOS the same as Mac.
Click the text using the style that is applied to it and then click the Style button.
Choose Paragraph Style and click Edit.
- If you want to rename a style, click it, input the new name, and click Done.
- If you want to delete a style, click the minus sign and then click Delete.
Here’s all about “Edit Paragraph text styles”. Remember that any Paragraph Styles that you customize or create will only apply to your recent document. They will not change the styles for other documents in any of the three applications.
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