Applications → Working with Forms → Customizing Forms → Changing Form Appearance → Form Styling
Default form styles help ensure consistency in form design. Default styles are provided for state/view, transition/update, and print forms and for design elements, such as tabs and hyperlinks.
To see the list of default form styles, refer to About Styles.
You can use the default styles or modify them so they apply to every form you create for your process app. If you need to change the appearance for some forms, you can create custom styles. You can also override a particular style for an individual form or form element.
You can use the SBM user workspace theme for design elements such as colors, fonts, and corner radius. Default and custom styles initially use theme values, which you can change as needed. In the styles editor, theme values are indicated by:
For example, the tab style shows the colors, font, and corner radius as using theme values.
In the Design tab of the Ribbon, theme values are indicated in the same way, with the addition of "(Style):" preceding the value if a default or custom style is being used.
To apply styles to forms:
To modify default styles:
You may choose to create a new style rather than modify default styles. This enables you to quickly change styling for a set of forms or form elements, while maintaining consistency.
To create a new style:
There may be times when you need to modify a form element so that it differs from the selected style. This should be done rarely, however, to ensure consistency in form design.
To override a form style:
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