[Scribus] Changeing all text styles

Louis Desjardins louisdesjardins
Thu Jan 20 14:54:41 CET 2005

>I am trying to use Scribus to layout a family tree. I am using gramps to
>generate an SVG file that has the information and an approximate layout. The
>names in the family tree are each in a seperate text box and when imported
>into Scribus they all have "NoStyle".
>What I would like to do is set the style of the text in all the text boxes to
>a new style that I can change. I can't work out how to do this with out going
>through each text box one at a time. This will take a long time for large
>Is there a way to change all the text styles, or to change the settings for
>the default "NoStyle" style?

Hi Richard,

Try this: create a text frame and apply a stylesheet to it, then 
duplicate this frame.



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