Unhiding and creating styles


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Unhiding and creating styles

As you apply styles from various style sets of Word 2007 to existing content in a document, you may be tempted to create your own styles, because you can't find what you are looking for in a specific set of styles. That may be because you are not seeing all of the options, or you may indeed need to create your own style. We are going to explore both scenarios in this movie. Right now you can see I'm still working with my HumbugStyle document. In the previous movie, we marked some of our headings using the Heading 1 style.

So not only do we get the formatting, but they are also selected to appear in the table of contents and in Outline View. What we didn't see was a Heading 2 option for subheadings. Well, if I go up to my style set here and look at the quick Styles Gallery by clicking the dropdown, I do have a Heading 1 option, but I don't see any Heading 2. That doesn't mean that it does not exist. So before we create a new style called Heading 2, let's go over ...

Unhiding and creating styles
Video duration: 6m 35s 4h 41m Intermediate

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Unhiding and creating styles provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Word 2007: Formatting Long Documents

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Business
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