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Re: style sheeting

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  • Subject: [mg31563] Re: [mg31159] style sheeting
  • From: Omega Consulting <omega_consulting at>
  • Date: Sun, 11 Nov 2001 16:26:06 -0500 (EST)
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At 02:11 AM 10/14/2001, Borut L wrote:
>Hi group,
>I learned all about formatting Mathematica documents with style sheets by
>I can't customize something which really bugs me.
>Everything responds just fine: the title, text, graphics, ...
>Well, the "math-typed" part of the text is seen/printed bigger (+4) then the
>surrounding text and in different font-family. You go into the math-typing
>mode by CTRL+9, when a pink square appears and you type... e (+ CTRL + 6) -x
>(+CTRL + 6) 2 = Exp[-x^2]. One can move in-and-out of the equations quickly.
>It's just the odd appearance of the math-part of the text that in
>unpleasant! And I can't go around the problem.
>Please help.

It's been a while since this was asked, but I didn't see a response posted.

This is controlled by the cell style InlineCellEditing. In Default.nb, it 
has a pink background which makes all inline cells pink during editting. If 
you don't like this, then change the background color of the cell style.

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