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Styles may be the most important feature in Word. Learn to use Styles and not only will you save yourself a lot of time from having to click bold buttons, italicize, change the font, change it back again, adjust the paragraph spacing, and ... well, you get the idea. But it also allows you to access other features in Word that will make your work so much easier.
If you're not using Styles in Word, I hope to win you over in this video by demonstrating the advantage of the feature versus manually formatting text (aka "directly formatting text").
And here are a couple of the other benefits to using Styles:
Jessica Reading recently demonstrated these two features at the Mom 2.0 conference.
Styles are helpful and a real time saver. (And they're kind of fun!)
-- Ron Owens
I work on large technical manuals and I love the feature of moving whole sections of content just by dragging the heading in the navigation pane. That'll save me tonnes of time.
I love that feature, too! Have you tried holding the Control key while dragging? Doing so will duplicate the content under that heading. And you can right-click the heading and choose other actions from the menu, including deleting the whole section. Super handy and great for complex documents like technical manuals.
This is the helpful for the formatting the office doc
Good to hear you found this helpful, Kali.