This article applies to any style attribute and any style level.
For this task, we will consider a song with four verses and the image background style attribute.
Let's say that we have assigned:
- an image (sunflowers) to the whole song
- an image (a dove) to song verse 2.
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Use any of the following methods to remove the dove image from verse 2.
Verse 2 will then be displayed with the image from the lower style level (the "Song" style level): sunflowers.
Method A: Use the "Brush" icon
1. In the slide panel, click on song verse 2.
In our case, it will remove the "Dove" image from the style assigned to song verse 2, which will then be displayed with the image from the lower style level (the "Song" style level): sunflowers.
The "Brush" icon is disabled when there is no specific style attribute set at the selected level.
Method B: Use the style explorer and its "Brush" icons
Open the style explorer with the help of the tiny button located down-right in the "Style" group:
There you can remove a specific style attribute (whereas with method A, you remove all of them at once, which is not necessarily what you want...).
Click the "Brush" icon located to the right of the property that you want to remove:
A blue bullet means "Base" level.
Use the style explorer whenever it is not clear at which level an attribute is assigned.
Method C: Remove all the above style attributes
1. Click on the song, either in its songbook, or in the agenda (if you have it there):
Style attributes assigned to the "Song" style (the currently selected style level) are preserved.
The methods described in this article apply similarly to any style attribute:
- Background image or video
- Slide transition
- Text color
- Font style (italic, bold, etc.)
- Text alignment
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