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On 9 Apr 1998, it was written: > I'm working with Mathematica 3.0, and I want the changes I have made > (Format - Style Sheet - Demo) permanent. > > How can I do this, each time I start the program, I have to do it > manually, > but how can I keep the changes permanent? In what sense do you want permanence? Permanent for the notebook that is using the Demo stylesheet, or for all notebooks on that will use the Demo style sheet? If it is the former, then you want to import a private copy of the Demo style sheet into your notebook and make the changes there. If you want to make these changes available to other notebooks, then all you have to do is to save the style sheet notebook (as you would a regular notebook) as the file Demo.nb in one of the directories where Mathematica looks for style sheets. If you are working under Macintosh or Windows, then it suffices to save it in SystemFiles|FrontEnd|StyleSheets This will overwrite the existing Demo.nb file. If you are on a Unix system, where you don't have the necessary read-write permissions to modify the Mathematica installation, then you can save them in a directory with path ~/.Mathematica/3.0/FrontEnd/StyleSheets Mathematica looks here before looking in the directory in the central installation. -- P.J. Hinton Mathematica Programming Group email@example.com Wolfram Research, Inc. http://www.wolfram.com/~paulh/ Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are those of the author alone.