I'm new to the whole library thing. I am using a document someone else created. I use style sheets all the time. But I've never worked with a library before. It seems pretty amazing. However, there are some text "styles" in the library that I want to modify. How do I do this? I've looked everywhere and I can only see how to create a new one. And if I can't edit it, then how do I replace it with a new "style" I've saved to the library? Thanks...
Basically, no. You can add either Paragraph Styles or Character Styles to a CC Library.
If you make changes in the Paragraph/Character Style and you want to update it, you'll have delete the previous one and add the new one.
Here are some blog posts which explain more about the way it works and their limitations:
Thanks, Steve. So why would I use CC Libraries instead of paragraph styles? I get that it would be helpful and useful if I was using the same items between different programs (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign), but in this case... I'm not doing that. I'm just working on this document. So in this case, it would seem to make more sense to use Paragraph styles. Or am I missing something?