Word 2007 styles : How and Why to Apply styles in Your document.
First of all, you may not know what is style or word 2007 state feature ?
A style is a set of formatting instructions, In other term, It is a way to give a name to a group of formatting attributes such as font formatting (color, size etc) paragraph formatting calignment :spacing etc.
Microsoft word 2007 allow you to create your own word styles and also cme with a number of build in styles, among the most important build in styles are the standard heading styles heading 1, heading 2, heading 3 etc.
Once you have defined a styles, you can quickly and easily format text simple applying that style without the need to apply text formatting individually styles can save a lot of time and help insure consistency In your document.
With the heading styles, word can Automatically create a table of contents and you also can use heading to define cross-references. Here we show you show you how to use styles to create a later.
To apply the styles :
Place the cursor in the chapter title or heading in your document.
In the styles group, click on a suitable heading such as title for the hightest lever heading 1 for the next level etc.
To see styles, click the more move icon in the style group and you choose any intended style.
For each chapter title and heading, you needs to apply the style.
To heading styles and the TOC work, together or word designate heading 1 title to the hightest level in next hightest and it’s heading 3 is the following level.