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Using a style reference in a header

If you look at the top of the page in most books, you'll see the title of the book on the left side and the chapter title in the right. You don't need to type these in manually. You can use a field code that draws its content from Heading 1s and other styles on the page. Let's take a look at some of the settings in this document. Go up to the Page Layout tab, and click on the Margins button. At the bottom you can see that this document has already been set up with Mirrored Margins. This is what gives you a left side and a right side, or an odd page and even page.

If you're working on your own file, go ahead and click on this now. Now go the back to the Home Ribbon and click on the title of your document. If I drop down the Styles gallery by clicking on the More button, this has been set up with the Title style. If I scroll down in my document to the content, for instance I'll go to page 5 with section 1. I can see that this has been formatted with a Heading...

Using a style reference in a header
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Using a style reference in a header provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Word 2010 Power Shortcuts

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