A stylekit is a collection of text styles, color styles, and fonts.
Elements of a "stylekit":
- Text: paragraph styles - Text: character styles - Swatch - Fonts
When you define a stylekit, you define elements that fit together in one group, so you can re-use the settings later in the document.
Text: Paragraph Styles
A paragraph style is a set of attributes, such as font size and color, that determines how the text in a paragraph looks.
Text: Character Styles
A character style is a collection of character formatting attributes that can be applied to text in a single step.
A swatch is a color saved inside a Stylekit.
A swatch is a color saved inside a Stylekit. You can define a color, give it a name, and save the named color to be used later in a style.
In metal typesetting, a font is a particular size, weight, and style of a typeface. Each font is a matched set of type, with a piece (a "sort") for each glyph. A typeface consists of a range of such fonts that share an overall design.
You can add fonts through the backoffice in GraFx Publisher. They will then be visible in your.