My solution for this is creating a paragraph tag (Callouts) and using the Text 
Frame tool to draw a little text box for the callout. Doing this also enables 
us to insert cross-references for callouts, which adds similar navigation to 
graphic hotspots.  ;-)

Rene Stephenson

Fred Ridder <docudoc at hotmail.com> wrote: 
Gillian Flato asked (in part):> 
> Does anyone know why I can't apply styles to them globally? I have to
> open up the character designer and apply a style to each word
> individually.

Callouts created with the drawing tools cannot be manipulated with 
named styles because they are not paragraphs in the text flow. They
are lines of characters in a graphic frame which is entirely separate
from the text flow even though it is surrounded by it.
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