Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Deleting a style
Deleting a style
To delete a style:
Press Ctrl+Shift+Alt+S to display the Styles task pane.
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.
Notice the title of your document, A Day in Disneyland , is now formatted as Normal
text. We now want to reverse this style change.
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.
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.
In the Styles task pane, point to Normal, and Word displays a down-arrow to the right of
the style name.
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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