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- From: "Allan Hayes" <hay at haystack.demon.co.uk>
- Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 00:32:48 -0400 (EDT)
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Some help is provided in Help>HelpBrowser>Other Information>Style Sheets.
For your specific question: here are some steps on my machine
- create a new notebook (File>New)
- type something into it
- attach a provate (for safety) style sheet to it (Format>Edit Style
Sheet>Import Private Copy)
- select the cell Notebook Options >Prototype for the style: "Notebook"
- display the cell expression (Format>Show Expression)
- past following at the end of the cell expression
Background->RGBColor[0.8, 0.7, 0.5],
- reformat the cell (Format>Show Expression)
The changes will be seen immediately in the notebook.
- use File>Save As to save it to the following directory
C:\Program Files\Wolfram \
(the first part of this path may be different for you)
- restart Mathematica
- look at the available style sheets (Format>Style Sheet)
The new style sheet is included.
It can be further modified.
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"Gregorio Ferzio" <moonbloody at lycos.com> wrote in message
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> Dear Math Grouppisti
> I'm sorry for the worthy newbie question but it's driving me crazy : in
The Mathematica Book "Shared and Private Style Sheets" a procedure is
describe whose aim is storing a copy of a style sheet within the current
> What about the opposite direction ? A pleasant notebook is given , endowed
with its own private style sheet : how can I draw a shared style sheet from
> A further question arise, to which I'm unable to answer, notwithstanding I
read through The Mathematica Book : can I enclose in a shared style sheet
exlusively cell formatting options or can I set up also option regarding the
notebook as a whole ? I'm making reference to, as an example, to
> NotebookOptions -> DisplayOptions -> Background
> NotebookOptions -> DisplayOptions -> Magnification
> NotebookOptions -> Window Properties -> WindowMovable
> and such.
> I hope similar question have not been already answered.
> Warm regards from Gregorio Ferzio
> Send your favorite photo with any online greeting!
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