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by martin
2004-09-08 14:46:02
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: How do I define a style that assumes surrounding attributes?
Replies: 0
Views: 4083

How do I define a style that assumes surrounding attributes?

Nisus Writer allows you to have your style assume a variety of the attributes of surrounding text. <OL><LI>Choose Define Styles from the Styles menu.</LI> <LI>Enter a name in the Style box.</LI> <LI>Uncheck the boxes beside Font, Color, and/or Size for the attributes of text in your document which y...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:45:29
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: How do I share style libraries in a networked environment?
Replies: 0
Views: 3820

How do I share style libraries in a networked environment?

Style Libraries allow you to standardize the appearance of documents used by a work group. One person in a work group should be responsible for maintaining the style library. He or she can make changes to the style library files at any time. When other members of the work group are not using Nisus W...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:44:52
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: How do I import defined styles?
Replies: 0
Views: 3757

How do I import defined styles?

Defined styles are specific to each document. However, you can import defined styles created in other documents. <OL><LI>Open both documents. The style names contained in each document display at the bottom of the Style menu with the document name (if that document is open and is not the top window)...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:43:36
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: How do I convert text to and from a Nisus table?
Replies: 0
Views: 3897

How do I convert text to and from a Nisus table?

The Nisus Table Tool is a special additional application that runs within Nisus Writer. Because the Table Tool is a separate application that works within Nisus Writer, not all Nisus Writer features are available in the Table Tool. For example, in the Table Tool you only have one level of Undo and R...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:41:18
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: Can I set a default font/size/style/etc. for new documents?
Replies: 0
Views: 3734

Can I set a default font/size/style/etc. for new documents?

<B>Create a Nisus New File.</B> Choose New from the File menu and set all the attributes as you want them to be. The attributes you set can include not only font, size, and style, as well as headers and/or footers, but also named and unnamed rulers, defined styles, whether or not the text bar is vis...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:40:13
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: Can I create my own customized floating tool bars?
Replies: 0
Views: 3919

Can I create my own customized floating tool bars?

<B>Yes</B>, if you have <A HREF="http://www.mathemaesthetics.com/ResorcererInfo.html" target="_blank"> Resorcerer</A> (you cannot do it in ResEdit because certain constructs in its FPAL template file do not exist). Standard resource-editing disclaimers apply (work on a copy of the file and do this a...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:39:24
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: Does Nisus have an Auto Envelope facility?
Replies: 0
Views: 3937

Does Nisus have an Auto Envelope facility?

Unfortunately, there currently is no auto-envelope facility. I will add this to the feature request list for you. (I have actually requested this myself, recently.) You can use mail merge to make a series of envelopes, if you have an address list (Data Document). You do need to set up your envelope ...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:37:15
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: Nisus Hyphenation
Replies: 0
Views: 4219

Nisus Hyphenation

In Nisus Writer, we have <B>5</B> types of hyphens. <OL><LI>The <I>first</I> type is obtained by simply typing a <B>Dash (minus sign)</B>. The dash inserts a hyphen at that point in the word and allows the word to break there; it is always visible. Double clicking on the word with this dash selects ...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:36:38
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: How do I add/use/remove the Word Services features in 6.0?
Replies: 0
Views: 3960

How do I add/use/remove the Word Services features in 6.0?

According to Working Software Inc., its developers, the "Word Services Suite is a public, standard protocol, endorsed by Apple Computers. The Word Services Suite defines the standard language that Macintosh applications will use to communicate with one another for functions involving text. This comm...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:35:42
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: Negative Page Numbers in Nisus Writer?
Replies: 0
Views: 4107

Negative Page Numbers in Nisus Writer?

Taken from The Nisus Way, page 285, "Formatted Page Breaks": <br> "You may want to restart page numbering at some point in your document. For example, you might have 'front matter' (title page, table of contents, etc.) numbered with lowercase Roman numerals like i-vii, after which you want the main ...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:29:13
Forum: Nisus Writer Classic (FAQ)
Topic: How do I use your lame Zoom?
Replies: 0
Views: 3758

How do I use your lame Zoom?

Here's how it works. <BR><BR> To see a magnified view of the text surrounding your insertion point: <BR><BR> Choose the magnification you want from the Zoom submenu of the Tools menu. <BR><BR> You can resize this "windoid" and move it to any location no your monitor. Your text entry happens in the a...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:13:03
Forum: Nisus Writer Express (FAQ)
Topic: What is Nisus Writer Express?
Replies: 0
Views: 10397

What is Nisus Writer Express?

Nisus Writer Express is an all new-from-the-ground-up word processor, developed using Apple's Cocoa frameworks. It was designed as an easy to use, yet powerful word processor that allows you to write the way you want to write. It is lean and quick, not bloated with features you won't, or can't use. ...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:11:26
Forum: Nisus Writer Express (FAQ)
Topic: Can Nisus Writer Express open Microsoft Word documents?
Replies: 0
Views: 11137

Can Nisus Writer Express open Microsoft Word documents?

Yes! We have added the capability to read and write Microsoft® Word (.doc) documents.

Nisus Writer Express can read and write rtf documents and it (version 2.x) can read and write ".dot" (Microsoft® Word "template") files.

If you want to know what "rtf" is and why we use it, check here.
by martin
2004-09-08 14:10:19
Forum: Nisus Writer Express (FAQ)
Topic: What is the native file format for Express?
Replies: 0
Views: 10716

What is the native file format for Express?

The native file format for Nisus Writer Express is RTF, or Rich Text Format. This format was chosen because most word processors support it. This way, you can exchange documents with just about anyone with a word processor, on both Windows and the Mac. If you want to know more about what RTF is, che...
by martin
2004-09-08 14:08:58
Forum: Nisus Writer Express (FAQ)
Topic: What is the Document Manager?
Replies: 0
Views: 10718

What is the Document Manager?

The Document Manager is provided as an easy way to maintain your documents. In conjunction with Autosave, the Document Manager can automatically name and store your documents without your intervention. To learn more about this, please read about Saving Files. Once files are contained in your Documen...