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How to name a style in AD?


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I am creating several unique vector line styles and would like to name each - ex., embroidery line, applique line, placement line, etc. Each style is by default labelled "Style 1", Style 2", etc., and I cannot find a way to change it. How do I do this?

 

 I have placed all the styles into a category that I named "Line Styles", but would like to name each individual style.

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  • 3 years later...

(for future readers) Control-clicking directly on the Style Name text did not work for me in either Grid view or List view.

What did allow me to Rename the Style Name:

1) In Grid view, Control-click directly on the icon (as gdenby mentioned above); or

2) In List view, Control-click directly on the icon OR just to the right of the Style Name.

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Windows-easy-peasy in any view: right click style, select rename.

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