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For my uses, the style of note that is exclusive to column 2 is incredibly useful.

Being able to add a particular style at any level of the hierarchy by tacking on to a parent, so to speak, as opposed to having to add a custom style every time, is fantastic. However, in the document I am working on currently, there are three different types of notes that I am adding. Using additional columns to the right of my main column does not serve me well.

Is there anyway to add more note columns?

An example of what I can do now:
A level 1 row.
{{Note Style 1}}
A Level 2 row
A Level 3 row
{{Note Style 1}}

An example of what I would like to be able to do
A level 1 row.
{{Note Style 2}}
A Level 2 row
{{Note Style 2}}
{{Note Style 3}}
A Level 3 row
{{Note Style 2}}
{{NOTE STYLE 1}}

Edit:
Additional questions.

Is there a way to expand and collapse all rows of a certain level? I see that I can select arbitrary rows and tell them to expand or collapse together, but I don't see anyway to collapse every row 5 at once.

Last edited by dehmosthrynne; 2010-10-22 at 04:28 AM..
 
 


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