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1 Choose Tools, AutoCorrect Options, and click the AutoFormat As You Type tab. 2 Clear the Built-In Heading Styles check box, and clear the Define Styles Based On
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As you ve seen, you can create styles by formatting text and basing a style on the formatted text. But if you want a somewhat higher degree of control over your style creation endeavors, you should consider creating styles by using the New Style dialog box (shown previously in Figure 9-6). When you use the New Style dialog box, you can easily incorporate alignment, line spacing, indents, paragraph spacing, font colors, and more into your style. To create a new style using the New Style dialog box, follow these steps:
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1 Click the Styles And Formatting button on the Formatting toolbar to display the Styles
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And Formatting task pane, and then click the New Style button. The New Style dialog box appears.
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2 In the New Style dialog box, type a name for your new style in the Name box. Think
carefully when you consider names to associate with styles the more descriptive your style names are, the easier it will be for you (and others) to identify each style s pur pose and apply the proper style within documents.
3 In the Style Type list box, specify whether your style will be a paragraph, character,
table, or list. Most styles are paragraph styles.
4 In the Formatting section, configure your style s properties using the Font and Size list
boxes as well as the formatting, color selection, alignment, line spacing, above and below spacing, and indent buttons.
5 If necessary, click Format to access additional formatting options, as shown in Figure 9-7.
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Figure 9-7. The Format button enables you to access dialog boxes that provide more detailed formatting options.
6 When you ve finished configuring formatting options, click OK.
The newly created style will appear in the Styles And Formatting task pane as well as in the Style list box. You can use and modify your new styles just as if they were built-in styles. Fur ther, unlike built-in styles, custom styles are easy to delete when you no longer need them. The next few sections address some of the additional configuration options found in the New Style dialog box.
Basing New Styles on Existing Styles
By default, the styles you create in the New Style dialog box (or by typing a name in the Style box on the Formatting toolbar) are based on the Normal style. This means that your styles con tain all the settings for the Normal style plus whatever modifications you make to the style. 276
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Using Styles to Increase Your Formatting Power Word makes it easy for you to create a new style based on an existing style of your choice. When you base a new style on an existing style, some of the new style s properties are already configured, which can simplify the style creation process. In addition, whenever you alter a base style, all styles created using the base style are automatically altered as well this pro vides an added level of consistency. (But it can also create a mess if you re not careful.) To illustrate the trickle-down theory of base styles, let s look at an example. Suppose you want to create a style named Heading 1 Centered that s based on the existing Heading 1 style. By default, the Heading 1 style is Arial, 18 point, and left-aligned. You can create Heading 1 Centered by basing the new style on the existing Heading 1 style, and then changing the Alignment setting to Centered. Let s say that a few days later, you learn that the headings in your document should be formatted using the Verdana font, not Arial. You can alter the Heading 1 style to use Verdana, and, because you based the Heading 1 Centered style on the Heading 1 style, the text formatted with the Heading 1 Centered style will automatically be reformatted to use Verdana as well. By default, many built-in Word styles are based on the Normal style. The styles you create will also be based on the Normal style unless you specify otherwise. To review, the Normal style includes the default settings listed in Table 9-2, which are the settings that will serve as a basis for any style you create based on the Normal style.
Table 9-2.
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