Using the classic 2003 Style box


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Using the classic 2003 Style box

If you are a veteran Word user, you may be wondering what happened to--or perhaps frantically searching for-- the classic Word Styles box. In Word 2007, Microsoft added the Apply Styles box to replace the classic Styles box. During pilot testing, they found that a lot of veteran users pleaded for it to be returned, so Microsoft complied, and they put in the ability to add it to your Quick Access Toolbar. You may find after using the Apply styles box that you don't need it, or like myself, I like having the opportunity to use both.

As always, work the way that works best for you. So, where is it, and how do I turn it on? Well, it's part of the Quick Access Toolbar. So click on the little line with the arrow pointing down up here at the top in your Quick Access Toolbar and then select More Commands. Scroll down underneath of Popular Commands until you find Style and then click on Add. Click on OK, and that's all there is to it. Here is your classic 2003 Styles box now located on ...

Using the classic 2003 Style box
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Using the classic 2003 Style box 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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