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Character styles in compound Looks
Compound Looks consist of a number of subLooks to format the different parts of a compound question. There are six different types of subLooks--question text, compound separator, shared list, categorical, grid, and numeric grid--each of which uses different character styles.
You need to format the subLooks that make up a compound Look so that they work together. For example, you need to ensure that the subLooks are designed so that when they are applied to a compound question, the mark and character fields are aligned with the shared list correctly. The easiest way to do this is to make sure that the shared list subLook and the categorical, grid, and numeric grid subLooks have the same number of table rows and that they are all the same height.
See also
UNICOM Intelligence Interviewer - Paper character styles
Character styles in question text subLooks
Character styles in compound separator SubLooks
Character styles in shared list SubLooks
Character styles in categorical subLooks
Character styles in grid subLooks
Character styles in numeric grid subLooks
Compound Looks
Compound questions: Limits
Applying compound Looks
Creating compound Looks
Character styles and Look types