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i have a question about whether one can have certain features displayed at specific levels but not all... i'm interest in having columns and check boxes in my documents, but only at a certain level...

for example, for level 1 and 2, i don't want any columns or check boxes. i want the text to span the width of the page for those levels... for level 3, i would like to have a pair of columns and a check box... think of it like having a table as a paragraph in a document... but i don't want the whole document to be a table...

from everything i can tell so far, it looks like the columns and check boxes are global to the whole document, unless i'm missing something...

thanks for any suggestions-
I believe the commands under the View menu are all document-wide, while the ones under the Format menu can be set on a per-level basis. (There are probably exceptions here that I'm not thinking of, but you get the idea.)

However, if you'd like additional per-level styling options in a future release of the application, send an email to and we can file those requests for you.

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