Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Making Global Changes to Your Document
INSIDE OUT Prevent formatting changes
If your intent is to enforce a uniform look throughout your organization’s documents,
having the freedom to select different themes and style sets works against this goal. To
limit formatting changes in a document, click Restrict Editing on the Review tab. In the
Restrict Formatting And Editing pane, click Settings (under Formatting Restrictions). In
the Formatting Restrictions dialog box, shown next, select the styles you want to allow,
and select options to prevent changing style sets and themes. Click OK. Back in the
Restrict Formatting And Editing pane, click Yes, Start Enforcing Protection.
Restrictions you impose this way protect only the current document. Through the
Manage Styles dialog box, you can impose additional restrictions, and you can apply these
restrictions to the current document or to the current template, which then enforces
the restrictions on any new documents created from the template. For more
information about Manage Styles, see the following section, “Tools for Working with Styles.”
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