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Copy To Module Dialog Box
The Copy to Module dialog box opens when you select the File > Copy to Module menu option or the Copy to Module button in the Print/PDF Pages Sets and other dialog boxes. It enables you to copy the selected stylesheet definitions to an existing module in the stylesheet's module hierarchy.
All Arbortext Styler object types are considered mergeable definitions and can be moved between modules:
Elements, including Styler Formatting Elements and User Formatting Elements
Property sets
Page sets
Header and Footer objects
Table of contents format objects
Cross reference objects
Custom table objects
Size definitions
Combined Font definitions
The Copy to Module dialog box contains the following option:
Copy selected definition to - Enables you to select a module in the module hierarchy of the current stylesheet as the target for the copied definitions. The hierarchy is presented as a tree with the root module at the top of the tree. Any additional modules in the hierarchy appear as nodes in the tree. You can use the controls in the tree to open and close module nodes. The title or base filename of a module also appears in the tree. Read-only modules have a lock icon over their regular icon The read only module icon - a yellow box overlaid with a yellow lock icon and the title text grayed out. You cannot copy definitions to read-only modules.
The position of a node in the module hierarchy determines its precedence in the hierarchy. Mergeable definitions in nodes higher in the hierarchy override identically named definitions that are lower in the hierarchy.