Understanding naming conventions and aliases for styles


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Understanding naming conventions and aliases for styles

The names you choose to call your styles and aliases can actually be a very important decision, since styles travel with, and they stay with, your document, even when you're sending them to someone else. The more descriptive your style names are, the easier it is for you and others that may be working with your documents to distinguish each style's purpose and apply the correct and intended style. To demonstrate how important naming conventions are, let's take a look at the same document, with the same styles available, only each has a different naming convention applied to the same styles.

So let's begin in exercise file 1 by opening up the Styles window, by clicking on the Extend button. In this particular document, the styles are named California Style 1, California Style 11, California Style 2, so there's really no description, other than it goes with the California brochure here and it has something to do with California. So let's say with California Calm up here...

Understanding naming conventions and aliases for styles
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Understanding naming conventions and aliases for 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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