About-Switching-Plot-Style-Table-Type

About Switching Plot Style Table Type

About Switching Plot Style Table Type

You can change which type of plot style table, color-dependent or named, is used in
a drawing.

When you convert a drawing from using color-dependent plot style tables to using
named plot style tables, any color-dependent plot style tables attached to layouts
in the drawing are removed, and named plot styles are attached in their place. If
you want to use the styles defined in the color-dependent plot style tables after
you convert to using named plot styles tables, you should first convert any color-dependent
plot style tables to named plot style tables.

When you convert a drawing from using named plot style tables to using color-dependent
plot style tables, the plot style names assigned to the objects in the drawing are
lost.

In addition to changing which type of plot style table a drawing uses, you can convert
color-dependent plot style tables to named plot style tables. You cannot, however,
convert a named plot style table to a color-dependent plot style table.

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