Displaying styles in use with the Style area


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Displaying styles in use with the Style area

I have a question for you: Have you ever used a style before? If you just answered no, you may be surprised to know that the correct answer is most probably yes. Believe it or not, if you've used Microsoft Word, you've used styles. That's because straight out of the box Word automatically opens new documents using a default paragraph style called the Normal style. When you open a blank document, by default the Normal style is what tells Word what font, alignment, the spacing after, and so forth to use when you start to type.

Then how can you tell that Word is using the Normal style when you open a document? One of the ways to see what style or styles are in use in your document is by using a tool called the Style area. For veteran Word users, you may recall the older versions of Word also included this feature, and it's still available in Word 2010; it's just a little harder to find. So let's see the Style area in action. We'll start by opening a blank document,...

Displaying styles in use with the Style area
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Displaying styles in use with the Style area 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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