Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Applying Styles to Text and Paragraphs
To experiment with style sets, go to the Design tab and choose an option in
the Style Set gallery.
To return to the original styles in a template, open the Style Set gallery and
choose Reset to the Default Style Set, the bottommost option in the gallery.
Choosing which style names
appear on the Style menus
One of the challenges of applying styles is finding the right style to apply in
the Styles gallery, Styles pane, or Apply Styles task pane (refer to Figure 3-2).
All three can become crowded with style names. To make finding and
choosing styles names easier, you can decide for yourself which names appear on
the three style menus.
Styles gallery
In the Styles gallery, remove a style name by right-clicking it and choosing
Remove from Style gallery..
Styles pane and Apply styles task pane
To decide for yourself which style names appear in the Styles pane and
Apply Styles task pane, click the Styles group button on the Home tab, and in
the Styles pane, click the Options link (you can find this link near the bottom
of the pane). You see the Style Pane Options dialog box shown in Figure 3-4.
Choose options to tell Word which style names appear in the Styles pane
and Apply Styles task pane:
Select Styles to Show: Choose All Styles to show all style names. The
other options place a subset of names in the window and task pane.
Recommended style names are those Microsoft thinks you need most
Figure 3-4:
names to
put in the
Styles pane
and Apply
Styles task
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