Word 2002 includes two nifty task panes that make it easier than ever to understand why and how formatting has appeared in your document, and to apply formatting quickly and reliably.
WordPerfect diehards won't be impressed, but Word 2002 includes a feature that's meant to mimic the "reveal codes" capability found in WordPerfect.
Bring up the task pane, and choose Reveal Formatting at the top. Word responds with a comprehensive list of all formatting applied to the current selection (see Figure 14.4).
If you check the Distinguish Style Source box at the bottom of the Reveal Formatting task ...