Applying styles


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Applying styles

Perhaps the best way to see the benefit of using styles in a document is to apply some of Word's predefined styles to a document that doesn't have any formatting. I happen to have a document like that right here. By default, Word's normal style is applied to any text you create in a new document. In Word 2011, normal style is defined as Cambria font, 12 points, with no special spacing, indentation or other formatting options set. Cambria is considered as the default body text font, which is why the word Body appears in the Font box.

You can see that right up here. Now, this document is mostly meaningless business-speak gibberish, but it does have a structure that includes a title, subtitle, normal text, a quote, and two levels of headings, and also a bulleted list. All of the styles we need are already defined as part of the Normal template on which this document and most documents you create is based. All we need to do is apply the styles. So we will start by displaying the S...

Applying styles
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Applying styles provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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