Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using the Styles pane
• As Recommended Sorts the styles by the priority values
assigned to them. You can change the priority values (see “Man-
aging styles” on page 442).
• Font Groups the styles by the name of the font (if any) spec-
ified in their definitions. Almost all built-in styles specify either
+Body or +Heading, which are aliases for fonts defined by the
• based on Groups styles by the style on which they are based.
Almost all built-in character styles are based on Default Para-
graph Font, and almost all built-in paragraph styles and linked
styles are based on Normal.
• by Type Groups the styles as character styles, linked styles,
and paragraph styles.
5 In the Select Formatting To Show As Styles section, select the check
box for any type of direct formatting that you want the Styles pane
to display as if it were a style.
6 In the Select How Built-In Style Names Are Shown section, select
the check boxes if you want these behaviors:
• show next heading When Previous Level Is used When
most of the heading styles are hidden, the Styles pane begins
showing a heading style when you apply the style at the preced-
ing level. For example, when you apply the Heading 2 style, the
Styles pane makes the Heading 3 style visible.
• hide built-In name When Alternate name Exists You can
assign an alias to a built-in style by typing a comma and the alias
name after the built-in name in the Name box in the Modify
Style dialog box. With this option, you can choose to have the
Styles pane show only the alias and not the built-in name of the