I am trying to control the text color in an RPE output. This is my scenario . . .
I have established an attribute in DOORS called RPE Styles. This attribute contains type enumerations that align with 20+ styles in the RPE stylesheet (Word template). These styles include BodyText, Caption, ListNum1, ListNum2, Bullet1, Bullet2, etc.
I add the column RPE Styles to my DOORS module, the style enumerations appear next to each object in a dropdown menu, and I'm able to tag each object with the correct style. This works beautifully.
There are instances where I would like a number of the existing styles to print in a different color, e.g., blue or red. I could do this by creating additional styles, e.g., BodyTextBlue, CaptionBlue, but I would prefer to do it with Text Color attribute so I don't have to add the additional styles.
The Text Color attribute would appear as an additional column in the DOORS module. If I want an object to be output as BodyText and printed in blue, I would select BodyText in the RPE Styles column and Blue in the Text Color column.
The default font color in BodyText is black . . . Is there a way that the Text Color type enumeration could override that default color?