How do I define a style that assumes surrounding attributes?

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How do I define a style that assumes surrounding attributes?

Post by martin » 2004-09-08 14:46:02

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 you want this new style to assume. If you do not have Nisus Writer assume a particular font, size and/or style attribute, when you apply this style to text, any attribute of the surrounding text will remain.</LI> <LI>Deselect the boxes beside Remove Existing Menu Styles and Remove Existing Defined Styles.</LI></OL>

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