Deleting unneeded styles and Quick Style sets


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Deleting unneeded styles and Quick Style sets

Sometimes styles and styles set outgrow their usefulness and are no longer needed or applicable. Although deleting a style is fairly straightforward, you must browse to the location where your style sets reside in order to delete them. Let's take a look at deleting a style first. Let's say that you decide that the California Splash box style is no longer needed in this document. Let's open up the Style window. Hold your mouse over California Splash box and you'll see a down arrow.

Click the down arrow and then choose Delete California Splash box. It says, "Do you want to delete it?" We say Yes and it's gone. Simple enough. Now we need to delete a few other unnecessary styles. Let's delete CA Phone Number. So we'll go to CA Phone Number, click on the down arrow, and notice that the Delete option is not available. So, what's happening here? If I hover my mouse over CA Phone Number, down at the bottom you can see "Based on: Ca Page Number," so ...

Deleting unneeded styles and Quick Style sets
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Deleting unneeded styles and Quick Style sets 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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