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Merge changes from loren into master
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# Publishing Options
There are a few default book styles (_Technical_, _Business_, and _Fiction_) to select from when a project is created. These defaults set appropriate page sizes and font styles for project downloads. Document projects have a single default style.
Customize the style and formatting of downloads in **Settings > Publishing Options**.
Here is a full list of publishing options:
Table of contents, page breaks, page numbers
Cover page, cover color, title color, author color
Font style, paragraph indent, font size, line spacing, link color
Page width, page height, top margin, bottom margin, left margin, right margin
**Code block styling:**
Line numbers, border, border color, background color, keyword color, string color, comment color
# Publishing Overview
Penflip projects can be converted and downloaded with a single click, turning a collection of text files into a beautiful compilation.
You can download any project you have access to, including both public and private projects, by clicking **Download** from the project page.
### Export formats
The following formats are currently supported: `.pdf`, `.docx`, `.epub`, `html`, and `plain text`. You can also download the full source of a project, which includes all project files and folders unaltered.
### Downloading alternate versions
By default, the master version of a project is compiled when downloading, but you can download alternate and past versions. To do this, view any [version or tag](https://www.penflip.com/Penflip/help/blob/loren/getting-started/versions.md) for a given project by selecting accordingly from the project page, as seen in this screenshot:
Clicking **Download** while viewing a particular version or tag will compile and download the project with the current selection. If you tag your releases (_v1_, _v1.5_, etc), you can download those past releases at any point in time.
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