Creating a style from similar formatting


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Creating a style from similar formatting

You can use a neat little tool to really speed up your work when creating and applying styles. Word is smart enough to go through your document and select text that has similar formatting. Once the text is selected, you can apply or create a new style. Let's see how this works with this employee handbook. First off, switch to Draft view. So go to View and then click on Draft. As you can see in this document, someone has applied all of the heading styles throughout this document, but nothing else.

You can see that the Normal style is applied to most things. Well, here is List paragraph, but other than that, you've got the Normal style and the Heading styles applied. So what we need to do in this document is we need to create the body styles. Let's create a new style called Handbook Body Text and then we'll apply. If we were to create the style, and then go through the entire document, applying to one paragraph at a time, it would be very time consuming. So let's take a short...

Creating a style from similar formatting
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Creating a style from similar formatting 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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