Changing the Style: STYLE

The STYLE control command allows you to change the style within a text. The new style is in force until another STYLE command is issued. If you specify * as the name of the style, then the system reverts to the original style.

Syntax:

/: STYLE style [DOMINANT]

/: STYLE *

A style set with this command has no effect in a text included with INCLUDE. The system takes the paragraph and character formats from the calling text. To use the style set with STYLE in the INCLUDE text as well, you must add DOMINANT to the command.

If the INCLUDE text has a style assigned to it, in both cases, the system always takes the paragraph and character formats from the directly assigned style.