word - 2010 - advanced - part - i

word - 2010 - advanced - part - i

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• Redefine styles

• Copy styles between documents

• Apply borders to text, paragraphs and pages

• Create and use columns

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Advanced formatting

Styles

In Word, a “style” is a collection of font and paragraph formats given a specific name. It may be used to apply formatting to areas of a document quickly or to make changes easily to everything, which already has a certain style applied. A style can either apply to a whole paragraph of text or to a few individual characters.

Default Styles

Word supplies a number of default styles, which are attached to the Normal Template. These may be altered to reflect personal choices.

Normal Style

The “NORMAL” style, in the Style list box (found by using the dialog box launcher of the STYLES group), controls the overall characteristics of most of the text in a document and is the style that will be first seen on opening a new document.

Headings 1 - 9

Word supplies nine heading styles, which variously underline, bold, and indent etc. the text they are applied to. When a new document is created, based upon the Normal Template, only three heading styles appear to be available but you can see all the possible default styles changing which styles are viewed.(explained later)

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Advanced formatting

QuickStyles

These are ordinary styles that have been added to the QuickStyle gallery which is what you see in the styles group on the home ribbon you ma customise this gallery to add your most often used styles to allow speedy access to them when needed.

Default Paragraph Font

When you have applied a style to a paragraph, you may decide to add some extra formatting. If at a later point you then want to remove the extra formatting and return to the underlying style format you can use this style to do so.

You can choose from a variety of methods to apply styles to existing text in a document.

ӹTo apply a style using the Quick style gallery: Mouse

1. Select text to be changed. 2. Go to the STYLES group on the HOME ribbon. 3. Move your mouse over the styles to see a preview temporarily applied to the text in your document you have selected. 4. Select a style you can see or click on the down arrow to the bottom right of the visible styles to open the style gallery 5. More styles may be available by scrolling down. 6. Click on selected style to apply

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Advanced formatting ӹTo - apply a style - dialog keyboard

1. Press CTRL SHIFT S to bring up a dialog

2. Select a style from the dialog that appears.. ӹTo apply a style using a shortcut key:

Keyboard

1. Heading styles 1 to 3 already have the shortcut keys CTRL ALT num defined, where num is 1 for heading style 1 and so on.

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Advanced formatting ӹTo apply a style from styles task pane Mouse

1. Click on the DIALOG BOX LAUNCHER on the STYLES group on the HOME ribbon

2. Select any style visible ӹTo change to another style:

Mouse

1. Select the paragraph(s) (or select text) to be changed 2. Click on the required style from the Style window.

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Advanced formatting

Creating New Quick Styles

You might want to create a new style and add it to the Quick Styles gallery, or you might want to add a style that does not appear in the Quick Styles gallery but that you use often.

ӹ To create a new QuickStyle: Mouse

1. Select the paragraph(s) that you want to create style from 2. Change the format of the font, paragraph etc. as required 3. Go to the STYLES group on the HOME ribbon 4. Select the down arrow to the bottom right of the visible style to open the gallery 5. Select SAVE SELECTION AS NEW QUICK STYLE from the available choices. 6. New style will be found in the QUICK STYLE GALLERY. • It is also possible to create a new style using the styles task pane. The window can be opened by Clicking on the DIALOG BOX LAUNCHER on the STYLES group on the HOME ribbon

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