Word 2003 Other Styles

 

- Info:

- Every single character in word document has some Paragraph Style. Default is Normal Style

- Additionally it can also have one extra Character Style or Partial Paragraph Style.

- By Partial Paragraph Style we mean that Paragraph Style was applied to selection and only Character Formatting part of

that style was applied to selection.

- We will use term Additional Style as common name for Character Style or Partial Paragraph Style.

- By changing style you automaticly change formatting of text to which this style was applied.

- Both Paragraph and Character style can be aplied to both Paragraph and Text Selection.

- If you apply Paragraph Style to Text Selection, only character formating will be applied to selection.

- If you apply Character Style to Paragraph, only character formating will be applied to Paragraph.

 

- Paragraph style:

- Paragraph style can contain both paragraph and character formating.

- To apply paragraph style to single paragraph place cursor at that paragraph.

- To apply paragraph style to multiple paragraphs select each of them completely.

Additional Styles will be lost.

- If only part of the paragraph is selected only character formating will be applied to selection.

- Paragraph ends when you press Enter or insert Page Break.

End of Paragraph is marked with sign which can be placed on toolbar using: Tools Customize View Show All

 

- Character style:

- Character style can contain only character formating.

- New character style is automaticly created when you apply some formating to selected text

 

- Additional Style:

- To apply Additional Style simple select that part of the document and apply Character or Paragraph Style.

- Resulting formatting is combination of Paragraph and Additional Style formatting.

If the same attribute is defined in both of them, Additional Style formatting.takes prresence except for bold, italic or

underline formating for which following rules apply:

- If both of them define text as bold, italic or underline resulting text will be normal. Formating gets canceld.

- If only one of them defines text as bold, italic or underline resulting text will be as defined.

 

- Clear Formating/Normal style:

- Selecting Clear Formating or Normal style has the same effect.

- If no text is selected, Normal paragraph style will be applied to paragraph containing cursor.

Text selection to which Character or Pragraph style was applied will preserve their formatting.

- If some text is selected:

- characters belonging to the selection will loose their Additional Sstyles

- for completly selected paragraphs, Normal paragraph style will be applied.