A Style allows you to save a document's appearance settings and apply them to multiple documents. You can configure a number of elements that control how your version is displayed to readers and the functionality available to them.

A style can be created in three ways:

  1. Configuring style settings for a document and saving them as a style.

  2. Navigating to Documents > Settings > Styles and creating one from scratch.

  3. Duplicating an existing style.

Using a style saves time because you can save your settings for one document and apply it to other documents in your account. This eliminates the need to recreate the settings from scratch every time you create a new document.

In addition to styles created in your account, there are several public styles that you can try to see how these affect the appearance of your document. These styles are designed to match the public Themes available in the TigerDesigner Layout Library. There are styles designed for every Theme.

A Style is set at document level and will apply the settings to every version in a document. Different styles cannot be applied to individual versions.

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