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Using Word Standard Styles

Word includes a great number of standard, or built-in styles. You already are familiar with the Normal style, which Word uses to apply default formatting to all new documents based on the default Normal template. Other standard styles include those that provide formatting for outline headings, headers, footers, page numbers, line numbers, index entries, table of contents entries, comments, and footnotes.

What You Need to Know About Standard Styles

In a new document, you see the styles Heading 1, Heading 2, Heading 3, Normal, and Default Paragraph Font listed in the Formatting toolbar's Style Preview box. Word applies these styles automatically when you use the AutoFormat feature, and you can apply these styles to selected paragraphs yourself. You are likely to apply some standard styles automatically by creating headers, footers, index entries, and so on. After you use these styles in your document, their names appear in the Formatting toolbar's Style Preview box.


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