Definitions for "Styles"
Styles are the files that EndNote uses to determine how to arrange references for a wide variety of bibliographic formats. Styles are typically for specific journals, though they can also be based on more general style guides such as the Chicago Manual of Style or the MLA Handbook. EndNote provides more than 1000 pre configured styles in the Styles folder of your EndNote folder. To preview and browse through these styles, choose Output Styles from the Edit menu, and select Open Style Manager. Styles are used to determine the format of references in the preview pane of the Library window as well as when you use the Print, Export, Format, Format Bibliography, and Copy Formatted commands. They are also referred to as output styles.
In OrgPublisher, you can configure your organizational charts to look a certain way and retain formats as styles for use in new organization charts. Create styles that use specific color combinations, hide certain fields, display photos, etc.
must be used in Word, WordPerfect or PowerPoint in order to produce tagged documents that are accessible. Create a look across a document that is consistent.
The manner of dramatic expression chosen. Examples include: naturalism, symbolism, and surrealism.
A combination of professionally chosen effects that you can apply to buttons and other picture objects.
Keywords:  bigblog, blog, laid, template, themes
The colour and decoration themes that are laid over your BigBlog page template, so that you can customise your blog.
established aesthetic features of any part of the process of making and performing works of drama and theatre (including styles of writing, directing, design and performance)
Traditional categorization of classic beer tastes based on different recipes.
types of music according to different eras
Sometimes a film will have a series of one sheets as part of its advertising campaign. You might see many styles of one sheets for the same film, called Style A, B, etc. Each of these styles will have different artwork.
Keywords:  characters, faces, see
(See "Faces of Characters")