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Defining Styles

Postby SGVsZW4 » Sun, 01 Apr 2007 02:30:01 GMT

Good day,

Can we select (or assign) more than one font when defining styles?

Thanks!

Re: Defining Styles

Postby Chris Roth [MVP] » Tue, 03 Apr 2007 11:39:10 GMT

Hi Helen,

Each style can only have one font, but a document can have several styles, 
each with a different font. Furthermore, styles can be based on other 
styles, and so "cascade" in a way. So a derived-style could have a different 
font from its base style.

What are you trying to do?

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Chris Roth
Visio MVP

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Re: Defining Styles

Postby Al Gillis » Sat, 07 Apr 2007 06:30:29 GMT

At first I thought this newsgroup had turned religious on me, but then I 
realized Helen's spell-checker or her typing made for an "interesting" 
reply!













Re: Defining Styles

Postby SGVsZW4 » Sat, 07 Apr 2007 06:40:05 GMT

Ha!  Did I have a good laugh over this one!  Sorry about that!  Maybe I am 
Easter-happy, I don't know!

;0)












Re: Defining Styles

Postby David Parker » Fri, 13 Apr 2007 15:55:45 GMT

Careful, you'll bring down the Roth of god on you....















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