How To Modify Styles In Word For Mac


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Modifying styles

At this point, I have taken my plain unformatted document, applied styles to improve its appearance, and I formatted it based on structure. I also played around with Word's Quick Style Sets and Themes to come up with a general look I like. It's not perfect though. I want to modify the styles to make it look the way I need it to. By redefining the styles, instead of simply making formatting changes directly on the document, I not only ensure consistency in the document, but I automatically apply my changes globally.

Let's see how this works. The first thing I want to do is change the size of the normal font applied to body text. That's this text here. I want to increase it from 11 points, what you could see up here, to 12 points. I will start by displaying the Style pane. If it's not already showing, choose View > Styles to display it. Now there are few ways to change styles. One way is to select text with the style applied, which I have already done here, and choose Mod...

Modifying styles
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Modifying 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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