The following commands are available on the toolbar at the top of the Line Style Editor.
Catalog Manager Tips:
If the Line Style Editor is not installed in Catalog Manager, follow the steps in the topic Install the Line Style Editor; if the Line Style Editor is installed but not displayed, right-click anywhere in the toolbar area and on the shortcut menu, click Line Style Editor.
You can add or remove commands or change their order on the Customize Toolbar dialog box. For details, see Customize the Line Style Editor Toolbar.
Create New Style
Creates a new point style, linear pattern, fill styles, or linear style. Depending on what you have selected in the tree window of the Line Style Editor, clicking this button will open either the Create New Point Style, Create New Linear Pattern Style, Create New Fill Style, or Create New Linear Style dialog box, which you use to define a new style.
Creates a copy of the style selected in the tree window of the Line Style Editor.
Imports a selected style into the active document. This command is available only when you have selected a style object in a resource file.
Removes the selected style from the active document only if the style is not in use or referenced by another style as a base style or as a component of another style.
Opens the Properties dialog box for the selected style.
Place Point Style Graphics
Places the selected point style graphic into the active drawing so that it can be modified using the standard drawing tools. This command is available only if you have selected a point style in the tree.
Define Point Style Graphics
Defines the graphic for a point style from ordinary graphics in the active drawing. This command is available only when you have selected a point style in the tree and one or more objects are selected in the drawing.
Show Styles in Resource Files
Displays or hides styles from attached styles resource files in the tree window. Resource files are attached to a file using the host application.
Styles that appear bolded in the tree are styles currently saved in the active document, while non-bolded styles are located in resource files.