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Custom Quick Style Sets
3. Point to Style Sets and hover your mouse over the Style Set list.
Note how Live Preview shows you how the formats of the Quick Styles Sets will look
in your document.
4. Once you find a Style Set you like, click to exchange the Quick Styles with the new
Style Set.
Note
To exchange document formatting in documents you already created using a Quick
Style Set, the styles in the document must use the same style names as those used in
the new Quick Style Set.
Themes vs. Quick Style Sets
A t first glance, applying Themes and Quick Style Sets might seem like a great way to
set the stage for formatting conflicts. Actually, these two features work together
to define document formatting for Theme-enabled documents, and it is the reason
why Theme Colors and Theme Fonts are also accessible in the Change Styles options.
To differentiate the roles, Themes control the Theme Fonts and Theme Colors in a
document, while Quick Style Sets use Theme Fonts and Theme Colors in their style
definitions. When you change the Theme, the fonts and colors used in the Quick Style
Sets also change.
Custom Quick Style Sets
Quick Style Sets are stored in external document template (.dotx) files, and you can easily
save the set of Quick Styles for any document as a Quick Style Set. You might want to create
a custom Quick Style Set, for example, to share with your co-authors who are working on
sections of the large project you’re creating together.
To create a new, custom Quick Style Set, follow these steps:
1. Open the document you want to use to define the Quick Style Set.
2. Use the styles in the Styles gallery to format the headings, body text, and other text
elements in the document as you want them to appear in the new Quick Style Set.
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