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Editing style sheets
You can edit cascading style sheet (.css) files using any standard text editor or HTML-authoring tool. You can edit the supplied style sheets or create your own. If you create your own style sheets it is usually easiest to copy an existing style sheet that is close to the style that you want, and change the settings as required.
By default, style sheets used to format tables in the Results tab are located in C:\ProgramData\IBM\SPSS\Data Collection\7\Styles. You can save your own style sheets in this location, or you can save them in another location and change UNICOM Intelligence Reporter to point to the new location by using the Style Templates field in the File Locations tab of the Options dialog.
To edit a style sheet
Do not edit style sheets in the style sheet folders, delete existing style sheets, or add new ones while UNICOM Intelligence Reporter is running.
1 Close UNICOM Intelligence Reporter.
2 In Windows Explorer:
if you are editing an existing style sheet, make a backup of the .css file first.
if you are creating a new style sheet, make a copy of the .css file that you want to base your new style sheet on and give it a new name. This can be any name that is valid in Windows Explorer; however, the name will appear in the list in the Results tab, so it is a good idea to use a fairly short name that briefly describes the content.
3 Open the .css file in a text or HTML editor and edit it as required.
4 Save and close the file.
5 Open UNICOM Intelligence Reporter, select the Results tab, and select the new style sheet from the list in the toolbar.
You can also export tables using the edited style sheet by selecting it from the Table presentation list in the HTML Export dialog.
See also
Customizing the format of the results