- You can customize your notebook settings by using the
Option Inspector menu item, which is located in the
- To add a page break after a particular cell, you can use the option
PageBreakBelow -> True.
- Here are some menu items that make word processing simple.
- You can add a toolbar to your notebook window by selecting
Show ToolBar from the Format
menu. With the toolbar, a format strip appears that allows you to
notebooks and their cells easily. For example, you can easily choose what
type of cell
(e.g., text, input) the next cell will be.
- You can also add a ruler to your notebook window by selecting Show
Ruler from the Format menu.
The ruler allows for easy adjustment of the alignment of all types of
- You can change the onscreen layout of your notebook as you work on it.
In the Format menu, select Screen
Style Environment. Once selected, you can then choose
Presentation, which magnifies your notebook and
it easier to read and edit.
- You can easily add horizontal lines anywhere in your notebook. These
span the width of your notebook and help you to maintain control over your
presentation. To see the number of options available, go to Horizontal
Lines in the Format menu.
- You can use any number of cell dingbats to emphasize a cell. After you
highlighted the cell, go to Cell Dingbat in the
Format menu to select the desired style of the
After you have chosen your dingbat, a small image should appear on the far
left of the
cell, enabling it to stand out from the rest of the cells.
- There are many more options that make editing text and formatting
simple. These options, which include simple tasks such as editing the type
font and font color being used, can be found in the Format menu.
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