Whenever I update text in my parent document, then update the linked alternate layout content, the the type reverts to whatever text styles have been applied to the parent document. This is really problematic. Black and white ads have colored text and flyers have miniature text. If one has to go in and reformat the text every time our clients makes a text change, what's the advantage of updating the text? I suspect I'm doing something very wrong. Any insight would be greatly apprecaited!
When you link that text you can link it with its own styles. Make sure to adjust them to what you need.
Thanks Bob. This was very helpful, although the changes were'nt consistent. Some text changed properly and some did not. Even though I spent a great deal of time making sure all layouts had individual paragraph styles named for their layouts with said styles applied to all paragraphs. Some of these uncooperative paragraphs show the correct paragraph style, unaltered (no +), yet they are incorrect. Whereas other paragraphs with same style are correct. Totally baffling!