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  • 2 weeks later...


This is. a way to do it.

You can use Edit -> Copy (cmd+C) and Edit -> Paste Style (or shift+cmd+V) to copy styles between objects.

I have seen it in another question. It was. a MEB answer...and I have used it since, though it may give you more questions when you wish to go farther, Hope itnis usefuo for you,

Kind regards from Bilbao, Spain.


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  • 2 years later...

Why not save them as styles?


Right click and then Create Style. It appears in the Styles panel. My redout style shown below.




You can then apply them just by clicking on the style in the Styles panel. You can categorise them (default  styles shown) and export them for use in another instance of Affinity or just as a backup. Ideal if you have many styles. They appear in any new document you start.


You can even set a shortcut for the panel so it appears anywhere you want.



Windows PCs. Photo and Designer, latest non-beta versions.

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