Basing one style upon another


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Basing one style upon another

Each time you create a style your style is automatically based upon another. We saw in the last movie how all of the Table styles are based upon the Table Normal style. It's important to understand and be aware of exactly how this works, as this is a very important box when you're building your styles. When a style is based upon another, the style you're creating uses all of the formatting attributes to the style that's being based upon. Let's take a look at how this can be either helpful or a nightmare--if you're not sure exactly how this feature works.

I'll begin by opening up the Style window. Notice how Heading 1 is applied to our first paragraph. I need to create a title for this document. I'll just press the Enter key on my keyboard and then move up. If I switch to the Draft view, by going to View and then Draft, I can see that Word automatically applied the Heading style to my new paragraph. I'll switch back to Print Layout and then type in the w...

Basing one style upon another
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Basing one style upon another provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2010: Styles in Depth

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Business
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Word
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