Using the Styles pane to apply styles


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Using the Styles pane to apply styles

The Styles pane is one of the most important features when working with styles. It has the feature that allows you to view a style prior to applying, tooltips to see what formatting attributes are defined in the style, ways to modify and delete styles, and it's a central hub for style users, and of course it allows you to apply styles, which we are about to do. So let's get started by giving this document some style using the Styles pane. In this exercise, we will be applying styles to the first page only.

The second page has already been done for us. We are going to begin by clicking anywhere in the California Calm heading at this top. You don't have to select the whole thing. Just click anywhere in it. Because we are going to be applying a paragraph style, we could be anywhere in the paragraph. There are two ways to open up the Styles pane. You can use the keyboard shortcut, Alt+ Ctrl+Shift+S, or you can use the Extend button, which is located underneath of the Change Style...

Using the Styles pane to apply styles
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Using the Styles pane to apply styles provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Mariann Siegert as part of the Word 2007: Styles in Depth

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Business
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