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Did you rightclick the custom design in the design tab and select "apply (and clear formating)?
You may do it manually for the second and succeeding citations by editing the field. Right click on the citation and select the "Edit Field" option. For example, if the original citation was this: (Johnson, Meyer, Lewis, Czerny, & Carroll, 2013) The citation field would be something like this: CITATION John13 \l 1033 If you edit it to this: ...
Each Word Section (i.e. each chunk that is separated by a Word Section Break) can have its own headers and footers. Each section can also have one set of headers and footers for the 1st page in the section, and 1 set for subsequent pages in the section. So let us imagine the simple situation where each chapter starts on a new page, and that you have - ...
Click the little thingie in bottom right corner of the Styles pane: A Styles window will appear. You can dock it to main window sides by dragging it to them or just leave it floating. It's a bit better than ribbon styles because it shows more styles at once and you can customize what kind of styles is shown (click Options).
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