When I compiled my work, the quotes at the beginning of each chapter did not center. Someone said to check “As Is” in the compile screen. I did that and the quotes were centered. Yay! BUT, then the chapter titles didn’t appear. Boo! Now what should I try? Thanks for your help.
There are two ways to go about this. If you want to just keep all the formatting from the editor–not just the centred alignment on parts, but the fonts, font sizes, other indentation, etc.–then you can simply deselect “Override text and notes formatting” in the compile Formatting section. You’ll still be able to include titles and format those there in the compile settings, but all the text from the document will just appear as it is in the editor.
Alternatively, you can select your centred passages in the editor and choose Format > Formatting > Preserve Formatting, and leave the “Override” option enabled during compile. This lets you standardise the rest of your text with whatever formatting you choose in the compile settings, but those specific bits you marked with Preserve will retain their editor formatting.
Thank you, MimeticMouton! I appreciate your help!