In this video, learn how to save time when formatting content repeatedly using the same formatting options by creating a Quick Style that appears in the Styles Gallery.
- [Instructor] When it comes to formatting text…in your word documents, especially text that might…reappear in other areas of the document and need to be…formatted the same way, you can save a lot of time…using styles, especially quick styles that appear…in the styles gallery.…For example, maybe you create the same type of document…on a regular basis that requires the same…or consistent formatting.…Well, we're going to work with this file, called…Press_release_032, you'll find that in your exercise files,…or you can work with one of your own.…
For immediate release needs to appear at the top…of every one of these press releases,…and it needs to be formatted a certain way.…For example, let's select this content, just click and drag…right to the end of the E, and with that selected,…you'll notice this little toolbar popping up…where we can do some quick formatting.…Maybe it needs to be 12 points Arial,…we'll just bump up the font size.…And it needs to be bold and underlined.…Now, imagine having to do this every time…
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