On 2015-Apr-24 2:06 PM, Syed Zaeem Hosain (syed.hos...@aeris.net) wrote:
I did a bit of looking and am not sure I see an answer for a concern
that I have.
In one of my books that I created and have edited over the years, it
is possible that some of the paragraph and character format
definitions (and possibly the color definitions, and reference pages
too) are no longer consistent in /every/ file of that book.
Meaning that I am not sure if paragraph format “XYZ” in one of the
files is necessarily identical to the same format “XYZ” in another one
of the files. Probably close, but not sure if they are identical. It
is also possible that some file may have had a format
added/removed/edited because it is only used within that file only
(like a content list format or something).
Is there a way to compare/list/report (whatever) all the formats in
the files to see where the inconsistencies are? At least, so that I
can take one of the file and apply its formats to all the other files
and not break things too much?
Silicon Prairie's paragraph and character tools will produce the reports
you ask about. With a little manipulation, you should be able to use FM
or Acrobat to compare files to find any differences in definitions.
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