Thanks to user interface styles, it's possible for
an author to make a document look more like the
user's computing environment, especially with a
creative use of system color and fonts. By reusing things with which
the user is already familiar, a document can seem more familiar from
the outset, and thus friendlier to the user.
Another way to make the user's life a little easier
is to create style sheets that are targeted at media other than their
monitors. This would include styles intended specifically for
printing, aural (spoken) access of a web page, and even for a
projection-screen environment. We'll cover all of
those in the next chapter.
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