Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Base a new style on an existing style, part of Word 2016: Styles in Depth.
- [Instructor] I created and formatted this document…so that we could talk about something called inheritance.…Most of the styles that we have created…and that we have worked with have been based on…another style, most of them based on the normal style.…For example, if I point to heading one,…notice that heading one uses the default font,…has some paragraph attributes,…but at the bottom where it says style,…it says based on normal following normal.…If I look at title, based on normal following style normal.…
If I look at no spacing,…no spacing is not based on anything else,…it doesn't say that it's based on normal,…but that the others so far have been.…I've also created two unique styles…that were not based on the normal style.…One is simply called unique,…and this font, this is not based on the default font,…it's not based on normal,…it calls out a font, Arial black 14 point.…Then I created uniquely green,…which is based on unique,…but is a smaller font size in a different color.…
What this means is if I change the normal style,…
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- Understanding the different types of styles
- Creating styles
- Applying styles
- Customizing styles
- Basing new styles on existing styles
- Managing style sets
- Copying, deleting, and renaming styles
- Creating a table of contents with styles