Very introductory tutorial about stylesheets

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Very introductory tutorial about stylesheets

Postby Michael_Morrison » Wed Oct 26, 2011 9:02 pm

Hi,

We held our annual Wolfram Technology Conference last week, and one topic I discussed with several faculty members was how to work with stylesheets in Mathematica. It seems like a lot of people are interested in stylesheets but aren't quite sure how to get started, so I've put together a very rudimentary introduction to stylesheets that covers the most basic things you might need to know.

You can download the notebook (StylesheetsTutorial.nb) from:
http://members.wolfram.com/mmorrison/FacultyProgram.html

Cheers,
Michael
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