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Lesson 15. Advanced Style Techniques > Using Word's Heading Styles in Outline V...

Using Word's Heading Styles in Outline View

Word's predefined styles include nine heading styles, named Heading 1 through Heading 9; they can be very useful in certain kinds of documents. In addition to being used as regular styles for assigning formatting to text, Headings 1–7 are used in Word's Outline view, which you learned about in Lesson 7, " Changing the Screen Display." In Outline view, each heading style is automatically applied as an outline level, with Heading 1 as the top level, Heading 2 as the next level, and so on through Heading 7. Figure 15.2 shows a document in Outline view with headings displayed.

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Only Three Headings Are Listed By default, the Styles list on the Formatting toolbar displays only headings 1–3. To assign other heading levels, use Outline view (as explained later in this chapter). You can also click Format, Style to display the Style dialog box. Under List, select All Styles, and then select the desired style from the Styles list.



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