Creating a paragraph style by example


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Creating a paragraph style by example

One of the quickest and easiest ways-- and therefore my favorite--to create a new style is by using the by-example method. By example means that first we directly apply the formatting and then we create the style from our formatting example. There are several ways of doing this, and depending on which kind of style you need to create--such as a character, paragraph, or link style--one way may be better suited or less steps than another, and less steps is always a good thing. Let's begin by taking a look at what styles are available in this document.

Open up the Styles window. Notice that in this document the only styles that are available are the ones that came with Word; there are no California styles available, in other words, for us to use here. Remember that styles travel with the document. Let's create some of these California styles now. We will create our first style using the Styles box that Microsoft introduced in Word 2007. We are going to select Cycle California, which is t...

Creating a paragraph style by example
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Creating a paragraph style by example 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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