You can create your own default settings that define how you want your documents formatted in most cases. From then on, you make only minor changes, which saves you a lot of time in the long run. For more information, see “Editing Styles,” in Chapter 9, “Using Styles for Consistency.”
When you start WordPerfect, you can immediately start typing in the blank document. The new document that you are creating comes with standard settings already in place. Because of these default settings, you can create and save many types of documents without making any adjustments at all. Table 2.1 lists some of these settings.