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Building Web Applications with Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Designer 2007 Step by Step by John Jansen

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Applying Styles by Using the Task Panes

Now that you have a working set of styles, take a look at the Apply Styles task pane. You can see that "Apply Styles" is not a perfect name for the amount of functionality it contains. By using this task pane, you have the ability to perform the following actions:

  • Create styles.

  • Attach a style sheet to the current page.

  • Change the way the styles are grouped and displayed.

  • Change the background color for the style previews.

In addition to the high-level functions available in the task pane, you can also set where each style is applied. Notice in the task pane as it displays the content from the previous exercise that you can see there is one group for the attached style sheet, one group for the current page, and ...

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