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I wanted to make the font of my figure captions smaller, so I just went from figure to figure and changed the captions using "Text Style -> Customized -> Font Size -> Smaller".

Then I found out that there is a much simpler and more general way to achieve the same effect.

But how do I remove all the customized styles that I added manually?

Is it possible to do this automatically in LyX?

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    I don't use Lyx but could imagine it is not possible. Open the Lyx file with a standard editor and have a look how your modifications are shown there. Then you could use regular expressions to match the entries and modify them. – Uwe Ziegenhagen Aug 8 '13 at 4:56
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    If you only care about the output, you don't really need to change back the manually added styles, I think. – Herr K. Aug 8 '13 at 5:18
  • @KevinC: I want to make the font a little smaller, and I think my customized changes might interfere with the global changes. – Erel Segal-Halevi Aug 8 '13 at 5:36
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I do not know whether it is possible to automate, but to reset the style of text (e.g. size, shape, color, ...), highlight it and use the shortcut Alt + C, Space. This will make it revert to the default of whatever environment the text is in.

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