As I show you in my books (on Amazon) you can re-use a title's style by duplicating rather than copying it.
To do this, locate the title in your Project Assets, right-click on it and select Duplicate. This will create a duplicate of the title that you can add to your timeline and edit independent of the original title.
Thanks for the reply. However I remain uncertain of what to do. What do you mean by "locate the title in your Project Assets"?
I can see the titles in my timeline but when I right-click there I don't see a Duplicate option - just cut, copy, delete, and a few other non-helpful options.
Is there a separate project assets list somewhere? If so then I haven't found it. Premiere Elements 12 had a list of imported media - was that the Project Assets area? - but Premiere Elements 15 seems to have removed that list.
Note that this is Premiere Elements, not Premiere Pro.
If you can solve this for me I will be very tempted to get your book.
Aha! The Project Assets list is hidden unless you are in Expert mode. I went to expert mode, found my text assets, duplicated them, and I'm in business!
Thanks! Time to go buy your book.