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2 Let’s give our documents some How to Use Styles in Microsoft Office Word 2010 IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

3 This is the menu. Click an item to move to that screen. How to Navigate in this e-Learning Module Click the speaker image to hear the audio for each screen. Click the Main button to return to the main screen. This button only appears on screens that do not have the menu. Click the right arrow to move to the next screen. Or, click the left arrow to go back to the previous screen. IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

4 Do you ever have a lengthy document that you need to apply formatting to and one where you might decide to change the formatting but you really don’t want to have to manually apply the formatting to every paragraph over and over? IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

5 This is an example of an unformatted document. Microsoft Office Word 2010 has a great feature called Styles. The Styles feature is a way to apply formatting to paragraphs for consistency and ease of change. By using the Styles feature, the formatting can be applied to one paragraph and then all other paragraphs with that same style can quickly be updated. Unformatted Document

6 MaiMain This is the same document with Styles applied. Formatted Document

7 1 Microsoft. (n.d.). Style basics in Word. In Office. Retrieved October 1, 2012, from Microsoft defines a Style as: “A set of formatting characteristics, such as font name, size, color, paragraph alignment and spacing.” 1 What is a Style?

8 This e-learning module will teach you how to apply, modify and create a custom style in Microsoft Office Word 2010 documents. e-Learning Overview

9 Short quizzes are included to evaluate the material you have learned and to help the developer understand where improvements are needed. It will also provide simulations wherein you can practice what you have learned and offer exercise files to practice with outside of the e-learning module. e-Learning Overview

10 Applying Styles Click the hyperlink above to open the digital learning object on how to apply Styles. The digital learning object will open in your Internet browser. Note: Be sure to return to this page when finished. Applying Styles is an easy way to quickly format a document. This topic will teach you how to apply default styles to paragraphs in Microsoft Office Word 2010 documents. IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

11 Modifying Styles Click the hyperlink above to open the digital learning object on how to modify Styles. The digital learning object will open in your Internet browser. Note: Be sure to return to this page when finished. Microsoft Office Word 2010 has several predefined, built-in styles that you can use to apply formatting to paragraphs in a document. But, what if one of those predefined built-in styles just isn’t exactly what you want? Luckily, you can modify any of the predefined, built-in styles in Microsoft Office Word This topic will teach you how to modify the built-in styles in Microsoft Office Word IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

12 Creating Custom Styles Click the hyperlink below to open the digital learning object on how to create custom Styles. The digital learning object will open in your Internet browser. Note: Be sure to return to this page when finished. There will be times when you just want to create your own Style and not use one of Microsoft Office Word 2010’s predefined, built-in Styles. Luckily, this is an option. This topic will teach you how to create your own custom Styles in Microsoft Office Word 2010 documents. IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

13 Summary Proposals Term papers Legal briefs Project documents Now that you have learned how to apply, modify and create custom Styles in Microsoft Office Word 2010, can you think of documents you could apply this function to in your job or school work? Examples of document types to apply Styles to are: Reports Minutes Affidavits Statement of Work IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

14 Exercise Files The exercise files used in this e-Learning module have been provided to you. Click the links below to open the exercise files in Microsoft Office Word IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

15 Introduction Applying Styles Modifying Styles Creating Custom Styles Note: Click the circle next to each transcript to open. Transcripts

16 Printable Reference Sheet A printable reference sheet documenting the instructions on how to apply, modify and create custom Styles is available to you. Please click the link below to open the Printable Reference Sheet. IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

17 Other Resources For more information on how to apply, modify and create custom Styles in Microsoft Office Word 2010 documents, please navigate to the website links listed below. IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

18 Quiz IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate

19 About Main Roni has nearly 20 years experience working in the IT field, particularly in help desk, database design, software documentation and project management. She enjoys helping users learn how to use their applications to their fullest potential. The e-learning tool How to Use Styles in Microsoft Office Word 2010 was written and developed by Roni Ronyak, Professional Writer & Document Designer of Designer DOCS by Roni. Feedback is welcomed at © 2012 Roni Ronyak. All rights reserved. IntroductionHow to Apply StylesHow to Modify Styles How to Create Custom Styles Exercise FilesTranscripts Printable Reference Sheet More ResourcesAboutQuizSummaryMainHow to Navigate


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