As we close out 2022, we’re very excited to deliver the latest Have You Tried on dimension substyles and overrides.
Dimension styles define all the settings that control the appearance of each dimension’s parts. Using dimension substyles and overrides can be a quick way to modify an existing dimension style without creating a new one.
In this Have You Tried, we’ll cover how to:
- Create a dimension substyle
- Override dimension properties
- Override dimension styles
- Compare dimension styles with style overrides
- Save overrides as a new dimension style
- Save overrides to the parent dimension style
Learn how to use dimension substyles and overrides on existing dimension styles with the step-by-step examples in the Have You Tried: Dimension Substyles and Overrides topic.
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