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Chapter 21. STYLES > Defining Styles

Defining Styles

The easiest way to define a style is by example. This means you can create the object or text and then use it as the reference to define the style.

To define a style by example:

1.
Draw an object or type some text.

2.
Use the Fill and Stroke inspectors to style the object or use the Text inspector to style the text.

3.
With the object or text selected, choose New from the Styles panel submenu 1.

Figure 1. Select New from the Styles panel to create a new style based on the currently selected object.


4.
A new style named Style-1 appears 2. This style contains all the attributes of the selected object.

Figure 2. A new style is created with the name Style-1.



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