Convert to new "Code" style from a now-redundant custom style
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- Subject: [mg77148] Convert to new "Code" style from a now-redundant custom style
- From: Andrew Moylan <andrew.j.moylan at gmail.com>
- Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2007 06:28:31 -0400 (EDT)
Hurrah for the new default style "Code"! Prior to version 6 I used a
custom style-sheet with a roughly equivalent style called
"InputInitialization". I have a (large) bunch of notebooks using this
How can I automatically convert my old notebooks from my custom style-
sheet (which I no longer need at all) to the new default Mathematica
style-sheet, while simultaneously converting all the cells with style
"InputInitialization" to cells wiith style "Code"?
Is it sufficient to find all instances of Cell[_,
"InputInitialization", ___] and replace them with Cell[_, "Code", ___]?
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