Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Word Chapter 2 Creating a Research Paper
To Create a Quick Style
Recall from Chapter 1 that a Quick Style is a predeﬁ ned style that appears in the Styles gallery on the Ribbon.
You use styles in the Styles gallery to apply deﬁ ned formats to text. Later in this chapter, you will apply the formats
of the research paper paragraph to the paragraphs in the footnote. To accomplish this task, you can create a Quick
Style based on the formats in the current paragraph. That is, text is double-spaced with the ﬁ rst line of the paragraph
indented and no space after the paragraph. The following steps ﬁ rst select the paragraph and then create a Quick
Style based on the formats in the selected paragraph.
• Position the mouse pointer in the
paragraph below the title and
then triple-click; that is, press
the mouse button three times
in rapid succession, to select the
• Right-click the selected paragraph
to display a shortcut menu.
• Point to Styles on the shortcut
menu to display the Styles
submenu (Figure 2–18).
Save Selection as a New
Quick Style command
• Click Save Selection as a New
Quick Style on the Styles
submenu to display the Create New
Style from Formatting dialog box.
One line bubbles - 1p1
Two-line bubbles - 1p8
Three-line bubbles - 2p3
Four-line bubbles - 2p10
• Type Research Paper
Paragraphs in the Name text
box (Figure 2–19).
Create New Style from
Formatting dialog box
name of new Quick
Style entered in
Name text box