At the level of your organisation, you can define standard styles which are available for use by a specific user, by a group or by anyone in your organisation or which can be set as the default style to use for users, groups or the organisation. These standard styles are defined on this page.
By default the “user” button will be selected, which means that – by filtering for a certain user in the “select:” section, you can access or define the standard styles for use by that user. If you select the “group” button, you can do the same for any groups in your organisation. Finally, clicking your organisation’s name will enable you to access or define the standard styles for use throughout your organisation.
Creating a standard style
Creating a standard style is easy. After having selected a user, a group or your organisation, select the relevant section on the left for which you want to create a standard style:
Now click the button and you can enter the name for the standard style and its styling details. Click save when you are done.
Editing an existing style
You can edit an existing style by selecting the relevant user, group or organisation, then choosing the relevant section on the left (characters, base, headings, etc.) and clicking the style you want to edit. Click save when you are done.