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How do I make my own style presets?

Styles are preset attribute collections applied in a single click. For a general overview of Styles, watch the tutorial video.

A Style includes background color, frame border color/shape/effect, text style/font, and decoration color/effects defaults. These attributes can be applied to a single page or to your entire project in one click.

A collection of preset styles is included, particular to the project type have selected.

To create your own custom style preset, hover over an existing style, click on the + sign, and give the style a name.

Next, change the dropbox to show only My Styles.

Hover over the style, and click on the Edit icon. Set a name for the new style.

The Styles editor will launch.

Change the attributes of the various elements associated to the style.

To create a custom palette, click on the background frame, and select the palette tool to see the current palette. 

Click on any of the color swatches to open the color selector. Pick your selected color from the gradient, or type exact HSV, RGB or Hex values into the editor. Repeat this action to update all colors in your palette.

To change your Image frames options: Adjust the frame color and shape attributes, the shadow and filter effect on Featured and Normal images.

Text frames- Adjust the text and shadow properties of Title, Subtitle and Normal text.

Decorations - Set a default color for all style-aware decorations. (Learn more about decorations here.)

Background frame - Set a default color for the background.

Shapes - Set a default color for the border and interior of shape frames.

When your choices are complete, choose to either Save (update the style) or Save as New Style (to preserve the original), then close the Style Editor.

You can then apply your Style to a project on a per page basis or to the entire book.

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