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Re: Convert to new "Code" style from a now-redundant custom style

On Tue, 5 Jun 2007 06:28:31 -0400 (EDT), Andrew Moylan wrote:
> 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
> custom style-sheet.
> 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", ___]?

Glad you like it!  If this was the only purpose for the custom stylesheet, then 
you might also want to replace the notebook option...




But yes, you have the right of it otherwise.

John Fultz
jfultz at
User Interface Group
Wolfram Research, Inc.

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