Automatically applying styles to a Word document with search and replace

Posted by: Code Climber, on 14 Dec 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Word as end-use is a very strange topic for me to blog about, but I just discovered a tip that would have saved me countless hours of time. So I thought to share it. At the moment Im writing a book (yeah, another one): for my personal convenience I write it in Markdown, so that I can easily push it to GitHub, and work on it from different devices and even when travelling via tablet. Ive synced my private repository to Gitbook so that I can easily read it online or export it to PDF or Word, but...

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