Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Applying a Template to an Existing Document
Font Select one of the first two entries, which include the word Body or Headings ,
if you want changes to the font theme to affect this style. Note that if you click
Format, Font to select font details, the two theme options are identified as +Body and
+Headings.
Font Color To enable theme colors to affect this style (and other style colors you
can set, such as the colors for underlines, borders, and shading), in the Font Color box
select an option under Theme Colors. To prevent theme influence, select an option
under Standard Colors.
Automatically Update If you select this check box, whenever you apply direct
formatting to a paragraph that uses this style, Word automatically updates the style
(and thereby updates all paragraphs in the document that use the style). We don’t
recommend this option, as too often it makes changes you don’t expect.
If you don’t select Automatically Update, you can update a style by right-clicking the
paragraph and choosing Styles, Update StyleName To Match Selection.
Table 7-9 Formatting Options Available for Each Style Type
Character
Paragraph
Linked
Table
List
Font
✔●
Paragraph
Tabs
Borders and
Shading
Banding
Language
Frame
Numbering
Shortcut Key
Text Effects
Table Properties
If you prefer to use a dialog box similar to the one shown in Figure 7-15 to make changes
to a style, you can do so by right-clicking a style in the Quick Style gallery (or clicking the
arrow to the right of a style name in the Styles task pane) and choosing Modify.
Applying a Template to an Existing Document
When you create a document based on a template, the new document begins as a copy of
the template, incorporating all its text, graphics, macros, and AutoCorrect entries—as well
as its styles.
 
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