displays with expr formatted using the specified option settings.
uses the option settings for the specified style in the current notebook.
displays using the specified color.
displays with font size n.
Details and Options
- Style can be used in both ordinary expressions and graphics.
- Style[expr,spec1,spec2,…] allows the speci to be any list or sequence of the following:
opt1->val1,… explicit options "style" a named style from the current stylesheets color directive color (Red, RGBColor[…], …) graphics directive (Thickness[…], …) Bold text bold (FontWeight->"Bold") Italic text italic (FontSlant->"Italic") Underlined text underlined Larger text larger Smaller text smaller n (any number) text with font size n (FontSize->n) Tiny, Small, etc. text with absolute size
- Style can use any option listed in the Option Inspector in the notebook front end.
- Style can use any graphics directive or list of graphics directives.
- In Style[expr,spec1,spec2,…], explicit settings given in the speci always override settings defined by named styles in the speci, regardless of the order in which they occur.
- For explicit settings, the first occurrence of a setting for a given option will be the one used.
- Directives such as Red or Bold are treated as equivalent to their corresponding option settings.
- A few common explicit options include:
Background background color Editable whether the contents are editable FontFamily font family Hyphenation whether to hyphenate in text Magnification magnification Selectable whether the contents are selectable
- A few common named styles include:
"Button" display like text in a system button "Graphics" display like graphics "Input" display like Wolfram Language input "Label" display as a sans serif label "Menu" display like a system menu item "Output" display like Wolfram Language output "Panel" display like text in a system panel "PopupMenu" display like a system popup menu "Section" display as a section heading "SmallText" display like small text "Subsection" display as a subsection heading "Text" display like ordinary text "Title" display like a title
- When Style objects are nested, the specifications of the innermost one control the display of a particular expression.