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Heading styles and how they affect export

Authorea supports a format-neutral writing environment, which means that articles all have the same look when viewed on Authorea, but may be exported to thousands of different styles to achieve desired formatting.

To take advantage of this Authorea relies on authors use of h1 h2 h3 to distinguish different headings upon export.

h1 produces a section heading which looks like this:

h2 produces a sub-section which looks like this:

h3 produces a sub-sub-section which looks like this

You can use bold to create a section that's not included in the table of contents and or sections.

Updated on: 12/12/2017