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Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office FrontPage® 2003 by Kate J. Chase, Jennifer Ackerman Kettell

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Creating Styles

To better show you how to create styles, this section walks you through building an embedded style sheet. Because you're creating style sheets as part of a page, they become embedded in the page. Later in the chapter you'll also see how to build an external style sheet.

If you look at the Style dialog box (which, as mentioned previously, you open by clicking the Style button on the Style toolbar), you will see that certain page elements are already listed under Styles, as shown in Figure 13.3. These include body, button, h1 (and other headers), and p (aragraph).

Figure 13.3. Certain page elements are already included under Styles in the Style dialog box. You can add to these, as well as modify the attributes assigned to these ...

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