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Default Question realated to paragraph vs. character styles

Do you guys know whether it's possible to have a style that just
specifies the paragraph-level properties of a body of text and not the
character-level properties of a body of text? I'm working with notes with
colored font in outline format. Sometimes I'd like to change outline level
of bodies of text in the outline, but when I change outline level by applying
list-linked paragraph styles, I lose the coloring of my font.

Thanks for your help,
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