Wolfram Notebooks are made up of a combination of different cell types, all of which have default behaviors and styling. All these defaults are defined inside stylesheet files, and as such, this allows a user to fully customize both the appearance and functional behavior of a notebook.

In this talk we'll highlight the underlying structure of notebooks and how to customize it. We will then move on to the details of how stylesheets are used by Mathematica and how to use them to customize the default behavior of cells types and even make new cell types. We'll then go even further by creating our own stylesheet from scratch.

From dark mode to custom docked cells, this talk is ideal for anyone looking to make notebooks into their perfect Wolfram Language working environment.
Tony Aristeidou
Wolfram Certified Instructor and Technical Consultant
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