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Word 2007: Using Styles

Word 2007: Using Styles

Microsoft Word has pre-defined sets of formatting stored within the program called Styles. Contained in a style are things like font face, font size, bold, italic, underline, borders and shading. In addition to using the pre-defined Styles, you can easily create your own custom style.

Figure 24. Styles Group

Applying a Style

     
  1. Select the text that you want to apply a style to
  2.  
  3. Open the Styles Gallery in the Styles group on the Home tab
  4.  
  5. Click the Style that you want to apply

Creating a Custom Style

1.       Format a set of text with the Style characteristics you want to save

2.       Open the Styles Gallery in the Styles group on the Home tab

3.       Choose Save Selection as New Quick Style…

Figure 25. Create New Style Dialog Box

4.       Enter a name for your style and click OK

Creating a Style by Modifying an Existing Style

1.       Open the Style Gallery by clicking the Styles command in the Styles group on the Home tab

2.       Right-click the style you want to modify and click Modify

3.       Click Format

4.       Choose the Formatting Option

5.       Using the Format dialog box, set the formatting options that you want

6.       Click OK

Clearing a Style from Formatted Text

1.       Select the text that contains the style you want to remove

2.       Open the Style Gallery by clicking the Styles command in the Styles group on the Home tab

3.       Click Clear Formatting