- Explain the best way to create a theme that is very similar to one of the built-in Office themes.
- List the views that the Style area is available in.
- Identify where the Table Design tab is available.
- Identify what department can tell you what the RGB values are for your company’s logo.
- Recognize where changes to a style will be automatically applied to if the Automatically Update option of Modify Style is enabled.
- Identify the styles that are used to generate the two default tables of contents.
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Instructor] There are tens of millions of Microsoft Word users. And millions of those tens of millions are responsible for the final look and feel of the documents that are created by their team, their department, or their organization. About a decade ago, Microsoft used what they had learned from webpage design and rebuilt Word to make it faster and easier to format documents for reformatting and reusability. New commands for themes and styles were added to the Word interface. 10 years later, we can still create Word documents without ever using styles. But styles are critical in modern offices where we create documents collaboratively, reuse and repurpose our documents, and need to enforce corporate style guides and branding to give our documents a professional appearance. I'm Gini von Courter, and I invite you to join me for this exploration of the power of styles in Microsoft Word. With a short course and some hands-on experience with your own documents, you'll be ready to flex your styles leadership in your organization.