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What Is a Style Sheet?

A style sheet contains style definitions that are applied to cells of the same type. By changing a cell's style, you apply all the desired attributes in one step. This gives your notebooks a consistent design. You can change that design in one step by selecting a different style sheet.

This notebook uses the Default style sheet.

Select Edit RightTriangle Change StyleSheet RightTriangle Report. The notebook's appearance changes.

A cell style defines various settings associated with a cell, such as font, color, justification, alignment, and so on. A notebook can contain several different cell styles. Each style's name indicates its use as in "Title", "Section", "Text" and "Input". The cell style can be applied to a single cell or a group of cells.

You can still apply individual settings to selected text or cells. Settings such as color, font, face, etc. always override the settings specified by the style sheet.

This Text cell contains a red word.

F U R T H E R I N F O R M A T I O N
• You can find more information on how to create, edit, and style your documents in
Notebooks and Cells.



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