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Chapter 19. Outlining: Practical Techniq... > Applying Outline Levels to Specific ...

Applying Outline Levels to Specific Text

Throughout this chapter, you've seen that when you change the level of a heading in Out line view, Word also reformats the heading using the appropriate heading style. Fourth-level paragraphs are automatically formatted in Heading 4 style, and so on. Any heading levels you apply anywhere in Word automatically correspond to outline levels in Outline view.

In Word 95 and earlier versions of Word, using heading styles was the only way to define outline levels. Heading 1 was a first-level heading by definition; Heading 2 a second-level heading, and so on. But there were some problems with this approach.


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