In this dialog you can chose the style change mode you want to use.
When you click on the icon, the following dialog box will appear:
Calamus supports three style change modes:
Now the switch groups of this dialog will be described, bringing them into relationship to the change modes described above:
Here you can chose between the free resp. smart mode and the style list mode (list). Beginners often use the free text style mode only, but on the long run the style list mode has many advantages. Please take a view on the descriptions at the beginning of this chapter, too.
Free text styles will be created if you are not working in the list mode. These textstyles are part of the text style list in the current document once they are created. But Calamus removes them automatically as soon as they are not used anywhere in the document any longer.
Here you can define whether these free text styles should be visible in the list. With this switch group, you can define if you will only see list text styles or all other text styles which have been created in the free or smart mode, too.
The switch groups for smart mode are visible and selectable
only if you did not chose the list mode above. In the first switch
group you can select if the smart mode should be the default mode. If
Ask here, an alert box will appear each time you use
Here you define whether the chosen smart mode may overwrite
existing list text styles or rather protect them. If you chose
Protect, new free text styles will be created instead of the
list text styles.