You understand me correctly. For example, I might want to create a style for including program code fragments within regular paragraph text.
I’ve demonstrated how to do this with the screen shot below, from LibreOffice:
Looking at my response above I feel it needs a bit more explaining… the panel on the right is the “styles” panel. You can see I’ve selected the second tab from the left, the first being paragraph styling, the second being character styling. I right-clicked on the
Source Text style and selected modify, which brought up the
Character Style: Source Text subwindow. There I’ve changed the font from Liberation Mono to Courier New, the font colour to a darkish green and the highlighting to a pale green.
I really like to use character styles when possible as they are 1) semantic and 2) easily changeable throughout the document just by modifying the style.
One thing in your question - “from style selection tab” - I guess this is where one should change it; maybe it’s necessary to have something similar to the tabs on the LIbreOffice styles pane to look at paragraph, character, page etc styles?
Anyway, thanks for your attention to this! The more I use OnlyOffice the more I like it.