Good morning! I have finally managed to argue my way to an update, and I have 
recently welcomed a new colleague who is keen to work the same way as I do ... 
and I continue rescuing content from (good-looking) binary formats and 
transforming it into clean, re-usable DITA.

This morning's question: I've just been checking the output from a series of 
<task> topics, and it looks to me as though the topic title is being rendered 
in a smaller font than labels such as Procedure and What to do next. Not 
entirely logical :-} Is this something I may accidentally have done myself, and 
if so how do I correct it?

Thanks in advance!


Niels Grundtvig Nielsen
technical author Worldline Terminals
Atos Expert in technical communications
you know what you're talking about - I can help you say it

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