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Take Control of What’s New in Word 2004: Advanced Editing & Formatting by Matt Neuburg

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Chapter . Working with Styles

Please pretend that I inserted here the usual lecture on “Why It Is Good to Use Paragraph Styles in Word,” which can be found in many books, articles, and Web pages. Such lectures are absolutely right. If you’re going to write a document longer than about two sentences with Word, it’s a good idea to use paragraph styles, which will give your document structural consistency. And if your document has a hierarchical structure such as chapters or sections (like this book), it’s a good idea to use the Heading styles to delineate that structure, because many Word features expect this. OK, end of lecture! This book is about Word 2004, not about how to use Word in general, so I’m going to assume for the rest of this section ...

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