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Part II: Formatting Documents > Using Styles for Repetitive Formats

Chapter 11. Using Styles for Repetitive Formats

  • Automatically format a document

    Using the AutoFormat command, Word will apply styles and let you review and approve the changes.

  • Use Word standard styles

    Word comes with a series of styles you can use as a foundation to format your document, or redefine them, as needed.

  • Create your own styles

    You can build your own styles to match your formatting needs.

  • Changing formatting

    Modify a document's appearance by switching from one style to another, by adding or removing formatting characteristics to a particular style.

  • Manage styles

    Copy, redefine, or delete styles.

What gives your document style? For the most part, style is the appearance of your document: the arrangement of text on pages, the shape of the paragraphs, the characteristics of the letters, and the use of lines and borders to give your document emphasis. All these elements of style are formatting choices you make while working with Word.


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