Replacing one style with another using Find and Replace


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Replacing one style with another using Find and Replace

You may sometimes find that you need to replace one style with another in your document. Perhaps you have changed your mind, or you decided another style will look better. Or instead of having to tediously select and apply the style, you might have decided to use an old trick of the trade by allowing Word to do some of the work for you, which is what I'm about to show you in this movie. Notice that the Normal style has been applied to all of the body text in our document here. I can tell the Normal style has been applied by clicking in the paragraph and then looking at the classic Style box up here at the top that we added in a previous movie.

So the Normal has been applied to each one of our body text styles. All of the instances of the Normal style need to be set to the California Body style. Let's let Word do the work for us by using Search and Replace. When you're using Search and Replace, the first thing to do is be sure that you're at the very top of your document....

Replacing one style with another using Find and Replace
Video duration: 3m 27s 3h 12m Intermediate

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Replacing one style with another using Find and Replace 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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