You can create custom styles as needed for any publishing format. To customize the appearance of any style, you should first make a copy of the publishing project document that you want to modify. It is not recommended that you customize the standard styles that ship with the Developer.
When you copy a publishing style in the Library, you can place the copy within the same folder in the Library, or you can create a new folder and subfolder structure to contain the customized styles. If you place the copy in the same folder, the style name will be listed twice on the Formats and Options screen of the Publishing Wizard. See Rename a Publishing Style for information on how to change the name. If you create a new folder structure, the name of the folder appears as a category on the Advanced Publishing Options page of the Publishing Wizard.
Follow these basic steps to create a custom style or styles:
In-Application Support Warning
In the Publishing folder in the Library, there is a folder, named according to the installed brand, in both the Styles and the In-Application Support folders. These matching folder names are necessary so that the required files for in-application support are published with the content.
If you create a custom publishing category folder in the Styles folder in the Library, and you use the custom category to publish your content, be aware of the following. You MUST create a copy of the branded folder under the In-Application Support folder, paste it back to the In-Application Support folder, and rename the copy to the exact name that you used for your custom category folder in the Styles folder. The structure of the two folders MUST match exactly. If you do not do these steps, the files necessary for in-application support will not be published with the content.
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