Create a Style in Microsoft Word

If you can't control your text while formatting, even for something as simple as taking notes, then create a style for it.

For an extreme tutorial on styles, including how to create a character, click here.

Here's how:

  1. Format a paragraph of text just how you'd like it to appear.
  2. Select that paragraph of text.
  3. Hit FormatŕStyles and Formatting.
  4. Hit the New Style button to bring up the Styles dialog.
  5. Type a name for your new style, and hit OK.

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