Styles and Formatting

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Use the Styles and Formatting deck of the Sidebar to assign styles to cells and pages. You can apply, update, and modify existing styles or create new styles.

The Styles and Formatting dockable window can remain open while editing the document.

Choose View - Styles and Formatting

F11

On Formatting Bar, click

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Styles and Formatting

How to apply a cell style:

  1. Select the cell or cell range.
  2. Double-click the style in the Styles and Formatting window.

Cell Styles

Displays the list of the available Cell Styles for indirect cell formatting.

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Cell Styles

Page Styles

Displays the Page Styles available for indirect page formatting.

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Page Styles

Fill Format Mode

Turns the Fill Format mode on and off. Use the paint can to assign the Style selected in the Styles and Formatting window.

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Fill Format Mode

How to apply a new style with the paint can:

  1. Select the desired style from the Styles and Formatting window.
  2. Click the Fill Format Mode icon.
  3. Click a cell to format it, or drag your mouse over a certain range to format the whole range. Repeat this action for other cells and ranges.
  4. Click the Fill Format Mode icon again to exit this mode.

New Style from Selection

Creates a new style based on the formatting of a selected object. Assign a name for the style in the Create Style dialog.

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New Style from Selection

Update Style

Updates the Style selected in the Styles and Formatting window with the current formatting of the selected object.

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Update Style

Style List

Displays the list of the styles from the selected style category.

In the context menu you can choose commands to create a new style, delete a user-defined style, or change the selected style.

Style Groups

Lists the available style groups.