A style is a collection of formats that are gathered together so that you can update how something looks easily. What is so cool about them is that not only do they affect the look of your text – they do two more important things:
1. Whenever you update a heading style by changing how it looks all instances of
that style change too.
2. You can create a table of contents directly from your Heading Styles
3. You can use Heading Styles to navigate a document
4. You can use Heading Styles to organise a document using Outline View.
In this tip we will concentrate on applying Heading Styles to text[sociallocker id=”1938″]Styles in Word 2007 and 2010[/sociallocker]