If you want something a little different from the default styles or even those that you modify yourself, you can create a style from scratch. Word makes it easy for you to base your new style on an existing one or to start with a blank slate.
In your document, apply the formatting that you want to include in the new style to a paragraph of text and then select that formatted text.
In the Style pane, click New Style to open the Create New Style From Formatting dialog box.
Enter a name for the style.
Choose the type of style you want to create.
When you click the arrow, a list appears, showing five types of styles: Paragraph, Character, Linked (paragraph and character), Table, and List).
Choose the ...