The Essentials of Creating and Using Styles in Word 2007
Create styles that you can use to customize your Word 2007 documents by having a look at these essential steps in the customization process. In addition to customizing your documents, you can modify styles to change the look and feel of your entire document.
There are five different types of styles in Word 2007 — paragraph, character, linked, table, and list — and each of them serves a different purpose. [more…]
When you create a style in your Word 2007 document, you can base it on a paragraph of text that you have formatted the way you like. [more…]
You can use the Clear Formatting command in Word 2007 to quickly remove all formatting from your text. Actually, this doesn’t completely remove all formatting from the text, because formatting cannot be [more…]
You can tell Word 2007 to change paragraph styles automatically as you create a document. For example, when you create a new document, you may want to start off with a heading style, followed by an intro [more…]
The Word 2007 Styles gallery contains paragraph and character styles that you can apply to your document. Located in the Styles group on the Home tab of the Ribbon, the Styles gallery is the easiest way [more…]