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If you want to do any serious work whatsoever in Word, you need to know about styles.
A style is a collection of formats that have been bundled under one name. Instead of visiting many different dialog boxes to reformat a paragraph, you can choose a style from the Style menu and the paragraph is reformatted instantaneously.
The beauty of a style is that if you modify a style, Microsoft Word help by instantly modifies all paragraphs in your document that were assigned the given style.
What's more, many Microsoft Word help features rely on styles.
For example, before you can see the Document Map, organize a document with an outline, or generate a table of contents, you must have assigned heading styles to headings in your document.
Turning a Word document into a Web page is easy if you thoughtfully assigned styles to the different parts of the document.
By using styles, you make sure that the different parts of a document are consistent with one another and that your document has a professional look.
Modify A StyleWhat if you decide at the end of an 80-page document that all 35 introductory paragraphs to which you've assigned the Intro Para style look funny?
Microsoft Word help that if you click the Automatically Update check box in the New Style dialog box when you created the style, all you have to do is alter a paragraph to which you assigned the "Into Para" style to, to alter all 35 introductory paragraphs.
However, if you decided against updating styles automatically, you can still change the introductory paragraphs throughout your document.
To modify a style, follow these steps:
Microsoft Word help you in deleting the style very easily.
To delete a style, follow these steps:
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