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Using Styles

Q: I have a document that is very large. It has many chapters with chapter headings and section headings. Whenever I want to make a change to the way the chapter or section headings look (font, size, colors, etc.) I have to make the change at least 50 times in my document. I know about the Format Painter, but it still takes a long time to scroll through the document. Is there a faster way? -Mike S.

A: Mike, you can use something called a Style definition that allows you to say, "Style Heading 1 is going to be Arial, 16pt, Blue." You then apply that style once through your entire document wherver you want it. Then if you decide you want to change all of Heading 1 to Red, all you have to do is update the Style definition. One simple change edits your entire document. See this free video tutorial for steps on how to do this!

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