Creating a new style by definition


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Creating a new style by definition

We explored how to create a style by example. You can also create styles from scratch by using what's called creating a style by definition. As you can see, this document is simply using the Normal style. You can look up here in your classic 2003 style box. This is the Normal style. If I click on this text over here, it's using Normal. Even Cycle California, the heading up here is using the Normal style. Let's begin by opening up the Styles window by using the shortcut key and you can use Ctrl+Alt+Shift+S. Now, select the Cycle California heading, and we are going to go down to the New Style button-- it's the first one, remember, in the line of three. Click on New Style, and we will give this a name.

The name of the style is going to be CA Heading,CA1. This will be a paragraph style, so we can leave it as is, but we're going to change a few things. This is going to be Times New Roman, and you could tell right here it says, "Times New Roman," so that doesn't ...

Creating a new style by definition
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Creating a new style by definition 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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