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

When you create a new style there are several tabs that can be selected to set various settings. 

  • Details - Setting the name and status of the style

  • Document Size - Manage how your document will be sized

  • Document View - Manage how the pages of your document are presented

  • Toolbar - Configure the functionality and appearance of the toolbar

  • Pop-ups - Choose the settings for how interactivity pop-ups will appear

  • Background - Choose the settings for the background behind the document

  • Chart Settings - Configure the appearance of chart interactivity

  • Page Turn - Manage the settings for the page turn automation

  • Used By - Enables you to view which documents are using the style

Below is a breakdown of Document Size.

Manage how your document will be sized relative to the browser window.

  • Stretch to fit (for double page spread document)
    The document will automatically scale to be as large as possible depending on the width and height of the browser window. If this option is deselected, the document will be displayed at a fixed size.

  • Fixed Width/Stretch to Width/Stretch to Width and Height
    Specify how single-page documents should be sized, by default these will be fixed width. There is also the option to select stretch to width (the document fill the width of the window but may scroll vertically), fixed width and height, or stretch to width and height (the document size will adjust based on the size of the window).

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Other articles in the ‘Styles’ series

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