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Re: How to make style sheet with header

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  • Subject: [mg109127] Re: How to make style sheet with header
  • From: "David Park" <djmpark at comcast.net>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2010 04:07:59 -0400 (EDT)

In the "Local definition for style "Notebook"" Notebook, section of the
style sheet, which should appear near the top, add a DockedCells option.
Look up ?DockedCells in Help. You can open up the style sheet Notebook cell
to look at the underlying structure (Ctrl Shift E) and then type in the
DockedCells definition. Or try out the Cell part of it first in a notebook
and then copy it into the DockedCells option.

If you don't want it docked (where it is always visible) then I am not so
certain. Suppose you just want a non-deletable cell at the top that scrolls
out of the way when you scroll the notebook? Maybe someone else can explain
that.  

David Park
djmpark at comcast.net
http://home.comcast.net/~djmpark/  




From: ebaugh at illinois.edu [mailto:ebaugh at illinois.edu] 

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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