Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Deleting a style
Deleting a style
To delete a style:
1
Press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+S to display the Styles task pane.
2
Scroll to the top of your document. In the Styles task pane, right-click Title. Choose
Delete Title from the list. Select Yes when asked to coni rm if you would like to delete
style Title from the document.
3
Notice the title of your document, A Day in Disneyland , is now formatted as Normal
text. We now want to reverse this style change.
4
Click the Undo icon ( ) on your Quick Access Toolbar.
Modifying a style
At some point, you might i nd that an existing style is close to, but not exactly, what you
want. Fortunately, you do not have to create a new style; Word lets you modify the existing
style. In this exercise, you’ll modify a style by changing the text size and font style.
1
Press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+S to display the Styles task pane, if it is not already visible. Be sure
that nothing is selected within the document.
2
In the Styles task pane, point to Normal, and Word displays a down-arrow to the right of
the style name.
3
Click the down-arrow to display a menu and select Modify.
Use the menu to modify a style.
Use the Modify Style dialog box to select new attributes for the style you
are modifying.
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