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Jason, from within DEv Studio, when you browse for a stylesheet file, you should be able to choose "Developer Studio Desktop". Fron there, choosing "WebFOCUS Environments" should allow you to see any servers set up, and choosing one of those will show you all the app directories as well as Managed Reporting client domains. You should be able to put the stylesheet anywhere within the server apppath or on the client baseapp and your users should find it using this approach without having to put it on individual desktops or mapping drives.
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I just spent a half an hour playing with this on Dev Studio 762. If you are using an 'embedded' stylesheet and the Report Painter, the stylesheet must either exist in directory you are developing in or in the Dev Studio bin directory or a directory you can access from your desktop, i.e. a mapped drive.