Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Modifying Existing Styles
Tip
To quickly create a new style based on your formatting and add it to the Quick Style
gallery, right-click the text, point to Styles, and then click Save Selection As New Quick
Style. Alternatively, click the More button on the Quick Style gallery and then click Save
Selection As New Quick Style.
The newly-created style appears in the Styles pane as well as in the Quick Styles gallery. You
can use and modify your new styles just as if they were built-in styles. The next few
sections address some of the additional configuration options found in the Create New Style
From Formatting dialog box, such as the Style Based On and Style For Following Paragraph
options.
Modifying Existing Styles
Modifying a style is just as easy as creating a style. The main difference between creating
and modifying styles is that you use the Modify Style dialog box instead of the Create New
Style From Formatting dialog box. The following list provides the most common methods
used for accessing the Modify Style dialog box:
Apply Styles dialog box Select a style in the Style Name list and click Modify.
Quick Styles gallery Right-click the style and choose Modify. If you simply want to
change a style’s name, right-click a style and click Rename to open the Rename Style
dialog box.
Styles pane Hover the pointer over a style name, click the arrow, and choose
Modify, or right-click a style name and click Modify.
The Modify Style dialog box looks very similar to its counterpart, the Create New Style From
Formatting dialog box. It contains the same options with which you can configure most of
the same settings that are available when you create a new style.
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