Dec 13, 2012

Scientific Workplace and it's 'Style Editor'

Last update: 2/25/2013

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  Style Editor enables ones to add styles to your TEX typesetting document by simply bushing buttons, much like what you did in MS Words. You highlight your text or paragraphs and push tool buttons ( can be multiple) on your tool bar to add decorations. So you don't need to type TEX commands every time you want a different style. I believe Style Editor serves this purpose by creating another file called *.sty file and by inserting flags in the original tex files. When SWP compiles the .tex file and reads a flag it will detour to the .sty file where the real formats are saved and apply them. Not super sure about this but we don't really need to know anyway. (If you want to know more - >