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Style Sheet Question

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg72016] Style Sheet Question
  • From: "Allen, Matthew" <mallen at sandia.gov>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2006 06:18:06 -0500 (EST)

Does anyone know how to change the default style of a numbered equation
from StandardForm to TraditionalForm?  The current block of code in the
style sheet is as follows:

Cell[StyleData["NumberedEquation"],
  CellMargins->{{55, 10}, {2, 10}},
  CellFrameLabels->{{None, Cell[
          TextData[ {"(",
            CounterBox[ "NumberedEquation"], ")"}], FontFamily ->
          "Helvetica", FontSize -> 10, FontWeight -> "Bold"]}, {
      None, None}},
  DefaultFormatType->DefaultInputFormatType,
  "TwoByteSyntaxCharacterAutoReplacement"->True,
  HyphenationOptions->{"HyphenationCharacter"->"\[Continuation]"},
  CounterIncrements->"NumberedEquation",
  FormatTypeAutoConvert->False]

I don't even see where StandardFrom is being called out.  How can I make
the default display format TradiationalForm?

thanks,
matt


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