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Re: How to make style sheet with header

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  • Subject: [mg109154] Re: How to make style sheet with header
  • From: Simon <simonjtyler at>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Apr 2010 05:15:41 -0400 (EDT)
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Hi Jason,

This one is easy when you know how.  It is controlled by a notebook
option called DockedCells.  This can be set up in the stylesheet, like
in the "Confidential Report" style -- or on the notebook level using,
eg, SetOptions.  Also see the example in the help files for

Here's an example that will give you a left, centered and right object
in a docked Title cell:
>Cell[BoxData[GridBox[{{ "Left","Centered Title"   ,"Right" }}]],
>{Scaled[0.15],Scaled[0.70],Scaled[0.15]}}}, "Title",FontSize->10,
CellSize -> {100, 18}, Background -> LightBlue, CellMargins -> {{0,
0}, {0, 0}}, CellTags -> "DockedTitle"]]

For use in all of your companies notebooks, you should probably set up
a company stylesheet.   Look at the one for "Confidential Report" to
see how it is done.

Hope that helps,


On Apr 13, 11:01 am, eba... at wrote:
> I have been trying unsuccessfully to make a style sheet with a
> header. I am not talking about a header that appears when you
> print the notebook. I am talking about a header that is on the
> notebook itself.
> An example of what I am talking about is the "Confidential Report"
> style sheet that is available with Mathematica. It says
> "Confidential" at the top, and you can't just delete or close it.
> I would like a header for use in my company, where all company
> notebook files would have the company logo as a header on top.
> Thanks all,
> Jason Ebaugh

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