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Chapter 4. Working with Web Page Text > Applying and Creating Styles

Applying and Creating Styles

A style is a collection of formatting settings saved with a Web site or template that you can apply to text, graphics, and tables at any time. If you modify a style, you make the change once, but all text tagged with that style changes to reflect the new format. FrontPage provides you with Built-In Styles, or you can create your own User-Defined Styles. Both built-in and user-defined styles are available from the same style list while you edit a page. When you create a user-defined style, you can also create an embedded Cascading Style Sheet (CSS), which is style information that is applied to the open Web page.

Apply a Style to Text

Click the View menu, click Page, and then open the Web page you want to use.

Select the text you want to change into a heading or subheading.

Click the Style list arrow on the Formatting toolbar.

Click a style (such as Heading 1, Heading 2, etc.) from the drop-down list.


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