In this video, learn how to discover if a style has been applied to text, create a new style, and update a style based on changes made to existing content.
- [Instructor] When it comes to formatting your documents…here in Microsoft Word, for a consistent look and feel,…you can save a great deal of time by using styles.…In this week's workshop, we're going to spend some time…creating a style, modifying a style,…and updating with a style.…And we're going to do it with this document…called Best of Landon Hotel Guide 006.…As we scroll down, you can see there's…a title on the first page,…on page two we have some paragraph text,…each with headings and they do look consistent.…
And then on page three we have different headings…over our column text and those too look consistent,…but maybe not formatted exactly the way we want.…For example, let's go back to page one, the title.…This is a good looking title,…and with the Home tab selected on the ribbon,…you can see the font that's being used,…the size, any attributes would also be selected here.…Let's go over here to styles and click the dropdown.…You'll notice that Title is selected,…and it's using the built-in title style,…
Skill Level Intermediate
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