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Format with Styles
Format with Styles
Suppose you are writing a corporate report that requires specific formatting for every heading. Instead
of assigning multiple formatting settings over and over again, you can create a style with the required
formatting settings and apply it whenever you need it. A style is a set of text-formatting characteristics.
These characteristics might include the text font, size, color, alignment, spacing, and more.
In addition to creating your own styles for use in your documents, you can apply any of the preset
styles that Word supplies. These include styles for headings, normal text, quotes, and more.
Format with Styles
Create a New Quick Style
1 Format the text as desired
and then select the text.
2 Click the Home tab on the
Ribbon.
3 Click in the Styles group.
4 Click Create a Style .
The Create New Style from
Formatting dialog box
appears.
5 Type a name for the style.
6 Click OK.
Word adds the style to the
list of Quick Styles.
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