Learning about the five types of styles


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Learning about the five types of styles

Word 2010 has four primary kinds of styles: character, paragraph, table, and list. There is also a fifth style type called link styles which we'll be exploring. It's important to understand what each type of style is designed to do, so you know which type of style to use, create, or apply in your documents; otherwise, you may not get the expected or desired results. So, let's take a look at each type of style. I'll begin by opening up the Style window and then clicking on Manage Styles.

I'll then make sure that the Sort order is By type and then scroll to the very top of this window. The little A here represents character styles. There are twenty-four built-in character styles. Next, you'll see the link styles. The link styles have a paragraph mark and a small letter A in front of each. As you continue to scroll down, you'll see the paragraph styles. They are depicted by a little tiny paragraph mark. There are ninety-three built-in paragraph and link styles.

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Learning about the five types of styles
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Learning about the five types of styles 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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