Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing the Whole Document via Style Sets
Do you have customized styles in your Normal.dotm i le? If so, before working with Style Sets, protect your
original Normal.dotm Style Set by saving it as a unique Style Set. To do this, press Ctrl+N to create a new document
window based on Normal.dotm . Click the Design tab, and in the Document Formatting group, click the More
button to open the Style Set gallery. Click Save as a New Style Set. In the File name text box, specify a name that’s
unambiguous, such as My normal.dotm styles and then click Save.
Word stores each of its default Style Set fi les in the C:\Program Files (x86)\
Microsoft Office\office15\1033\QuickStyles (32-bit version) or
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\office15\1033\QuickStyles (64-bit version)
folder, as shown in Figure 7.14. The default Style Sets are stored as Word template ( .dotx)
fi les. In theory, you can apply one of the Style Sets to a blank document, modify the styles,
and then use the Save as a New Style dialog box to navigate to the folder holding the default
Style Set fi les, and enter the name of one of those fi les to save over it, thus modifying it. In
practice, though, leaving the default Style Set fi les undisturbed and creating your own Style
Set fi les gives you the choice to continue using the default styles in the future along with
your custom sets.
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FIGURE 7.14
The default Style Sets are stored as Word template fi les.
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