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Part: III Making Documents Look Better > Adding Styles and Templates

Chapter 7. Adding Styles and Templates

A style is a collection of formatting options to which you assign a name. For example, you could create a style called Title that contains all the formatting—font, font size, alignment, and so on—that you normally apply to the titles of your reports. When you apply a style to text, the text takes on all the formatting that the style contains. Styles can greatly speed up the formatting process.

You will gain expertise in working with templates, pre-formatted documents. You'll find out how to personalize Word's templates so that you have less typing and formatting to do in the documents you create with them. You then practice creating and modifying your own templates.


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