Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Managing Styles
Note
In the option labeled Block Theme Or Scheme Switching, both terms refer to
Themes. There isn’t a separate Scheme functionality.
Set Defaults The settings on the Set Defaults tab, shown in the following image,
control the Document Defaults for font and paragraph formatting in a document. If
you do not explicitly define a format in a style, the Document Defaults are used. For
example, assume that you create a new style and do not change the default font. If
you later change the font for the Document Defaults, your style also uses the newly
defined font. Additionally, when you save a Quick Style Set, the current Document
Defaults are also saved and defined as the Document Defaults for the Quick Style Set.
For more information about this feature, see the next section, titled “The Relationship
Between Document Defaults, the Normal Style, and (No Style).”
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