Editing Styles and Formatting

Melissa Gunn
Melissa Gunn
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Looking to learn how to format your proposal's style to match your brand?

In this article, we'll show how to find your formatting options, how to navigate them, and how to save your choices.

The Styles and Formatting menu is the place for all your document-wide style settings. With this, you can update default font styles, table styles, and page format.

The Styles and Formatting Menu

Select edit styles and formatting found at the top of the editor:


Your editor will change to style and formatting mode. A preview of your document will be on the left, showing changes in real-time. Your format options sare on the right:

You can navigate to the different tabs by selecting them in the styles and formatting menu or by selecting the element you would like to change.


The type tab changes your default font styles, including:

  • line height

  • text colours

  • Styling

  • Alignment

  • Margin spacing

You can read more about how to use global type styles by clicking here


The tables tab sets the default styling for pricing and content tables, including:

  • Colours

  • Cell padding

  • Borders

  • Font styles

You can learn more about default table styles here.


The page tab lets you choose your page size, margins for page flow text boxes, and orientation.

Saving Your Settings

Once you’ve made your changes, select save, found at the bottom of the menu:

Your changes will be applied to all elements that are not individually styled.

NOTE: These changes will not be applied to text or tables that have been manually formatted. You’ll need to clear the formatting to apply these changes.

Related Reading

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