Create a table of contents using Word Styles

Creating a table of contents (TOC) is super easy if you have applied styles to your headings. If you are new to styles, start at my introductory post What are Word Styles and how do you use them? Contents How to insert an automatic table of contents Points to note How to update the table … Continue reading Create a table of contents using Word Styles

Use Word Styles for navigating around and restructuring your document

Word Styles offer more than simply and consistently formatting text; they give you lots of power in organising your whole document. For those new to using Styles, you might want to check out the introduction in my previous post:  What are Word Styles and how do you use them? In the next few posts I'll … Continue reading Use Word Styles for navigating around and restructuring your document

What are Word Styles and how do you use them?

You can easily format text in Microsoft Word with the options you can see in your Home ribbon. You can choose your font, font size, colour, bold and italics (character options) and also paragraph options like bullet points, alignment, indenting, spacing between lines and paragraphs, and lots more. With this manual formatting, you can create … Continue reading What are Word Styles and how do you use them?

What Word style is your text is formatted in?

Here are six ways to check what Word style your text is in (the last two are my favourites): Six ways to see your Word style Quick Styles gallery Styles pane Style Inspector pop-up Apply Styles pop-up (PC) Draft view Quick Access Toolbar (PC) Summary What next? Six ways to see your Word style Quick … Continue reading What Word style is your text is formatted in?