Ask in whatever product forum (InDesign?) and be much more specific about what you actually do.
Sorry - my question is referring to InDesign. As I started this discussion via "InDesign Forum“ I thought this would be indicated.
I want to be sure that in my layout document there is no undefined text, meaning that all text is defined by styles.
Changes to a paragraph style are indexed with a "+“ but only when the cursor is on this position. Is there a way to check and index changes in the complete document automatically?
It takes too much time to check every paragraph by hand.
You can create a custom Preflight profile to check for text overrides: InDesign Help | Preflighting files before handoff. The property you want to check is in "Text", then "Paragraph Style and Character Style Overrides". Make sure to switch off all other checks, as they slow down the entire process.
To check if all paragraphs have a style assigned, search for [No Paragraph Style]: InDesign Help | Find/Change, scroll down to Find and change formatted text.
Thank you for the very helpful information - it works! Is there a similar way to check table-, cell- and object-formats too?