Learn how to copy and paste character and paragraph styles, link styles, and graphic styles in Adobe Muse.

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Adobe Muse is no longer adding new features and will discontinue support on March 26, 2020. For detailed information and assistance, see Adobe Muse end-of-service page.

As a web designer, a consistent design and style might be one of the most important requirements for your site. To achieve this, you can either reuse styles or you manually adjust format using the Control bar. Manual settings work only for smaller sites, with a limited number of repetitions. However, manually setting the format or copying styles using the Styles panel takes time and efforts. In addition, manually setting the format of an element can be error prone.

To overcome these issues, Adobe Muse allows you to quickly copy and paste styles from one element to another. You can copy and paste character styles, paragraph styles, bullets, and link styles. To copy a style from one element to another, right-click and copy the style from the source element. Select the target element where you want to paste the style, right-click, and select Paste Attributes

Copy and paste attributes in Adobe Muse
Copy and paste attributes in Adobe Muse

Further, you can also copy and paste selective attributes from one element to another.

Read on to know how to perform these copy-paste workflows in Adobe Muse.

Copy and paste all the attributes

To copy and paste all the attributes from one element to another, perform the following steps:

  1. In Adobe Muse, open the page from where you want to copy a style. You can copy and paste only the following styles:

    • Character styles
    • Paragraph styles
    • Bullet styles
    • Link styles
  2. Select the source element from which you want to copy a style.

  3. Right-click and select Copy Attributes.

    Copy attributes from the source element
    Copy attributes from the source element
  4. Select the target element to which you want to copy the selected style.

  5. Right-click the target element, and click Paste Attributes.

    Paste attributes to the target element
    Paste attributes to the target element

    All the style attributes from the source are applied to the target element.

Copy and paste selected attributes

You can follow this procedure if you want to copy only selected attributes from one element to another, in Adobe Muse. For example, you can choose to copy only the text color from a text frame to another, not choosing the effects or fill attributes. Or, you can choose to copy the opacity from one graphic to another.

To copy and paste selective attributes, perform the following steps:

  1. In Adobe Muse, open the page from where you want to copy a style. You can copy and paste only the following styles:

    • Character styles
    • Paragraph styles
    • Bullet styles
    • Link styles
  2. Select the source element from which you want to copy a style.

  3. Right-click and select Copy Attributes.

    Copy attributes from the source element
    Copy attributes from the source element
  4. Select the target element to which you want to copy the selected style.

  5. Right-click the target element, and click Paste Selective Attributes.

  6. In the Paste Selective Attributes panel, select only those attributes that you want to copy and paste. By default, all the attributes are selected in this panel. Uncheck the attributes that you do not want to copy.

    Notice the States, Hyperlink, States transitions, and Opacity attributes in the panel. When you select the States attribute, the style attributes in the current state is copied from the source element to the target. When you select Opacity, the opacity or the degree of transparency is copied from the source element to the target. Note that this opacity is different from the opacity of background fills. 

    Apart from these attributes, you can also select the inidivual, sub-attributes for Fill, Stroke, Text Style, Effect, and Scroll Effects. The Fill, Stroke, and Effects attributes are applicable when you copy graphic styles from a source element to the target.

    Paste selective attributes to the target element in Adobe Muse
    Paste selective attributes to the target element

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    Select the States checkbox if you want the style attributes for all the states from the source to the target. If you do not select this checkbox, only the attributes in the current state is pasted.

    The options you select are retained the next time you perform the copy-paste attributes workflow.

  7. Click OK.

    The selected attributes alone are pasted to your target element.

    Selected attributes are applied to the target element
    Selected attributes are applied to the target element

    When you copy a Link style, only the style attributes are copied. The URL or the text of the source link is not copied.

    הערה:

    The copy-paste workflow might not work for external elements such as third-party widgets, iframes, and so on.

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