1. Modeling
  2. Line items
  3. Apply styles to line items

If you want to change the appearance of a line item, you can apply styles to it. Use styles to highlight summaries and differentiate data types.

Note: Styles only apply to line items on rows, except for the Summary1 style.

To apply styles to a line item:

  1. Select Modules in the model settings bar.
  2. Select the module that contains the line items you want to apply styles to, then select Open.
  3. Select Blueprint
  4. In the Style column, select a style from the list.

The table below describes each available style.

StyleFormatting changes
NormalThe default appearance of a line item. The row header indents standard formatting and row height.
Heading1
  • Bolds the row header.
  • Removes indentation from the row header.
  • Doubles the height of the row.
Heading2
  • Halves the indentation of the row header.
  • Increases the height of the row to be one and a half times as tall.
Heading3
  • Italicizes the row header.
  • Increases the height of the row to be one and a half times as tall.
Summary1
  • Bolds the row header.
  • Removes indentation from the row header.
  • Changes the lines at the top and bottom of the row into double-lines.
    (Can also be used to change the lines to the left and right of a column into double-lines)
Summary2
  • Bolds the row header.
  • Halves the indentation of the row header. Makes the line at the bottom of a row thicker and a darker gray.
Summary3
  • Bolds the row header.
  • Makes the line at the bottom of a row thicker and a darker gray.