Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Applying Styles to Text and Paragraphs
Experimenting with style sets
A style set is a slight variation on the styles in the template you chose when
you created your document. Figure 3-3 shows examples of style sets. Style
sets include Classic, Elegant, Fancy, and Modern. Choosing a style set
imposes a slightly different look on your document — you make it classier,
more elegant, fancier, or more modern. All templates, even those you create
yourself, offer style sets. Style sets are a convenient way to experiment with
the overall look of a document.
Book II
Chapter 3
Figure 3-3:
Examples of
style sets.
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