# How can you indent (CellMargin) Printout Environment styles?

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 Hello,I am trying to create my own stylesheet for homework and projects, and I've been able to figure out how to edit the Working environment styles, but not specifically the Printout ones. I like the optimization automatically done by Mathematica to make work fit better (shrinking spaces and text size), but I am unable to edit the CellMargins in Printout mode so they indent as I want them to. So, while in the Working environment, things indent, but in Printout, none of my headings are indented.Here's a photo of my stylesheet so far:As a side note, the Input and Output fields don't follow font specifications, but I'm not too worried about that.Thanks for your help in advance!
 Kuba Podkalicki 2 Votes It seems that your private definitions are only set for a general style, that is: Cell[StyleData["Title"], options...] And if parent stylesheets provide environment specific options they will take a precedence. It is the case, click on the top cell link to the parent stylesheet and check styles for e.g. Title, it contains, among others, Cell[StyleData["Title", "Printout"], CellMargins->{{2, 2}, {3, 32}}] which will be used, so if you want to be sure your styles apply to the printout environment, you need to specify that explicitly.