Viewing and clearing existing styles


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Viewing and clearing existing styles

When it comes to formatting your documents, creating a consistent look and feel throughout the document is extremely important. For example, if you have got chapter titles at the beginning of each chapter in a book that you are writing, you'll want to make sure that the formatting for Chapter 1 is identical to the formatting for Chapter 2, for Chapter 3 and so on. Now imagine going through hundreds of pages, finding each of the titles and formatting them manually. Not only would that be very time consuming, very tedious, but you would also be susceptible to errors. Maybe you miss a title, or maybe you miss one of the formatting options for any given title. There goes the consistency.

So a better bet is to use Styles. Styles have built-in formatting. It's just a matter of selecting the Style as you format the text. It will maintain consistency throughout the document, streamline the process, make it faster and easier, but also keep in mind that some of the styles, such as Headin...

Viewing and clearing existing styles
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Viewing and clearing existing 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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Word
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