Level Override Properties
The Levels tab on the Print Styles dialog is used to define which levels are turned on and off during printing. This is accomplished by specifying level override entries.
By default, Print Organizer prints the levels in the design file as they were last saved, since a print definition does not store level tables. The purpose of a level override entry is to allow you to override the default behavior, if necessary.
Level override entries defined in multiple print styles are not merged. For example, suppose you specify a level override entry in a default print style and in a print style that is assigned to a printer driver configuration file. The level override entries in the default print style will be ignored and the level override entries in the print style assigned to the printer driver configuration file will be used, since it is read last.
If the Clear levels in print definitions check box is set in a print style, all of the level override entries in the Print Levels list box will be removed. Applying this print style to a group of print definitions ensures that no level override entries are used.