- View Offline
- Understanding the five types of Word styles
- Using the Style pane
- Swapping styles with Find and Replace
- Formatting bulleted and numbered lists with styles
- Basing a new style on an existing one
- Modifying styles with the Style Inspector
- Building a table of contents with styles
- Linking styles with multilevel lists
- Copying, deleting, and renaming styles
- Setting document and style defaults
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hi, I'm Mariann Siegert and welcome to Word 2007, Styles in Depth. In this course, you'll see just how powerful styles can be. It'll save you an abundant amount of time. It'll help maintain consistency throughout your documents and will give your work the look and feel of being professionally designed. We'll start by looking at how quickly you can create and apply your own styles, giving you an indispensable, time-saving tool. Then, we'll also get into one of the most valuable and under-used features in Word, which is generating a Table of Contents, using pre-built and custom styles.
We'll see how to quickly add or remove styles from the Quick Style gallery. And show you the magic behind style sets. We'll even create and save custom style sets. We'll take an in depth look at the relationship between the normal style, document defaults and font themes. Understanding this relationship is crucial when setting defaults in Word 2007, as these settings can affect all of your documents. Whether you're a veteran word warrior or a new user, understanding styles, will give you the edge and save enormous amounts of time and energy in your daily work flow and give you back time, in your life.
I'm excited to have this opportunity to share with you, how using styles can really make a big difference in your life, as they have in mine. Now, let's get started with Word 2007, Styles in Depth.