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Changing the Default Type of Conditional Text Hot Spots

If you want conditional text formatted with a D2HML style, by default, instead of a comment, you can change the default setting in the D2HML Options dialog box.

1.   Click the D2HML Options button  on the D2HML Styles toolbar in Word. The D2HML Options dialog box appears.

2.   Select As Style to change the default setting and click OK. Conditional text is now applied, by default, as the C1H Conditional D2HML style rather than a D2HML conditional text comment.

Note: If there are instances where you want a D2HML comment applied instead of the C1H Conditional D2HML style, check the Apply as Comment checkbox in the Condition dialog box for each instance.