Modify the definitions below to change the default appearance of all cells in a given style. Make modifications to any definition using commands in the Format menu.
The options defined for the style below will be used at the Notebook level.Notebook
The cells in this section define styles used for input and output to the kernel. Be careful when modifying, renaming, or removing these styles, because the front end associates special meanings with these style names. Some attributes for these styles are actually set in FormatType Styles (in the last section of this stylesheet).
These styles are for modifying individual words or letters in a cell exclusive of the cell tag.
The cells below define styles useful for making hypertext ButtonBoxes. The "Hyperlink" style is for links within the same Notebook, or between Notebooks.
The following styles are for linking automatically to the on-line help system.
The cells below define styles that define standard ButtonFunctions, for use in palette buttons.
The cells below define styles useful for making placeholder objects in palette templates.
The cells below define styles that are mixed in with the styles of most cells. If a cell's FormatType matches the name of one of the styles defined below, then that style is applied between the cell's style and its own options. This is particularly true of Input and Output.
CellExpressionInputForm OutputForm StandardForm TraditionalForm
The style defined below is mixed in to any cell that is in an inline cell within another.
The cells below define styles that are used to affect the display of certain types of objects in typeset expressions. For example, "UnmatchedBracket" style defines how unmatched bracket, curly bracket, and parenthesis characters are displayed (typically by coloring them to make them stand out).