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
current theme.
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
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