How to Create a Character Style
Character styles make it easy to change the look of characters or words throughout your document. You can use character styles to add value to certain words, provide emphasis, or to give certain characters a more engaging look. For example, you can change the standard formatting of hyperlinks in your document by creating a character style called, say, “MyHyperlinks,” with all the attributes you want—a green color instead of blue, a different font, and so forth—and apply the character style to the all hyperlinks of your document. Later on, if you want to change the look of your hyperlinks again, instead of selecting each hyperlink one by one, all you would have to do is modify the character style, and your changes will apply to all the hyperlinks.