How to Create a New Character Style in Word 2010


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Creating a character style

A lot of folks don't use character styles in documents because they can't see the benefit of taking the time to create a character style versus just formatting a document directly; in other words, they just apply bold and italics and underline, and they don't see a benefit of creating a style from that. In this movie, we will create some character styles of our own, and then we will explore how we can automate formatting changes that would otherwise be time consuming, and well, tedious work. Let's open up the Style window. So click on the little Extend button, and we are going to select John Doe.

So in the very first paragraph select, the words John Doe, and we are going to create our character style by example, so apply underline. Now, we are just going to click on the New Style button, which is located on the Style window, at the very bottom-- it's the very first button of three. We are going to give our new character style a name. Its name is going to be Txt Names,TN. I ...

Creating a character style
Video duration: 7m 6s 3h 12m Intermediate

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Creating a character style 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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