Defining styles

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Defining styles

Help+Manual's dynamic styles are defined and edited by selecting Styles > Edit Styles in the Write tab.  The style at the cursor position is automatically selected for editing.

If you have not used dynamic styles in a word processor before please study the chapter on Dynamic Styles in the Reference section before proceeding. This will make using styles much easier for you.

Help and Print style settings: You can define two different sets of attributes for every style: One for electronic help formats (HTML Help, WebHelp, Visual Studio Help and eBooks) and one for print-style output (PDF, printed manuals and Word DOCX). See Help and print styles for more details on this.


Click to expand/collapseParagraph styles and text styles
Click to expand/collapseDefining a new paragraph style
Click to expand/collapseDefining a new text style
Click to expand/collapseDifferent style definitions for screen and print style documentation
Click to expand/collapseSharing stylesheets between multiple projects
Click to expand/collapseImporting styles from another project

See also:

Formatting text with styles

Editing styles

Dynamic Styles (Reference)