There are a few ways to apply Word styles to your text. As always, you might find that you find it more convenient to use different methods at different times. This post outlines some of the options for applying Word styles.
How do I know which Word Style I'm using, or which Style has been used, for a particular piece of text? Here are four different ways of finding out which Word Style(s) are being used, with tips for tracking down the source of other text oddities.
Word Styles are one of Word’s (many) hidden secrets. Everyone who has used Word will have seen them – Styles is one of the biggest groups on the Ribbon – but apart from being able to “mess” up your text with one accidental click, what do Word Styles actually do?
Andrea at Yours Truleigh Editing I'm an editor based on the south coast of the United Kingdom. I try and use the tools at my disposal to make the process of editing as effiicient and accurate as possible and I'm hoping to share some tips and techniques that I've picked up along the way. I'm an enthusiastic and grateful member of the Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading. Editorial freelancers benefit hugely from being part of supportive organisations: for direct support for our work, such as training and providing routes for our clients to find us, but also for community, which is needed now more than ever. Please note: all Word tips are based on Word 365 for PC.