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Changing Style Environment Options

Finally, you need to decide if special options should be applied to the environments. (For a description of environments, see What Are Style Environments?) For the style sheets included with Mathematica, each style definition cell is actually the first cell of a closed cell group. By double-clicking the closed cell group bracket, three other cells will appear. For example, this is what you see when you double-click the closed cell group bracket for the Text definition cell.

Prototype for style: "Text":
Text

Modification for style: "Text" in style environment "Presentation":
Text

Modification for style: "Text" in style environment "Condensed":
Text

Modification for style: "Text" in style environment "Printout":
Text

You can make changes to the environment definition cells just as you would make changes to the style definition cells.