Problems applying Headings. Heading Level 2 settings no stic

March 4, 2012 at 07:14:50
Specs: Windows 7
I would love to just click on 'Heading 2' on the 'Styles' toolbar and have the title the Font size that I specify and color Black.

For example, I want to highlight titles throughout a document. I would like those Titles to be Font Size 10 Black with Spacing Options set to Before and After at 0 pt Line Spacing Single.

The issue with every new document, I must do this with my first Title that I select. I must highlight the Title, Left click on Heading 2. Then Right click Modify. Select Font to Black. Size 10. Font Times New Roman. I have tried to retain this format setting by selecting in Heading 2 settings to "New documents based on this template".

So once my first Title is what I want, then every Title thereafter will follow but I would like to just click on Heading 2 without having to first modify settings for each document.


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#1
March 4, 2012 at 11:19:19
Have you tried creating your own doc. template:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/w...

MIKE

http://www.skeptic.com/


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#2
March 6, 2012 at 17:00:31
I don't think that'll work since the documents are different each time. All that I want to do is Highlight a Title Heading and simply click on Heading 2. The thing is just because the title has been selected as a Heading 2 does not make it a Heading 2 because if you re-highlight the Heading 2 the Styles pane 'Heading 2' box should have an orange box around it indicating it has been set to Heading 2. If not then it has not been set but looks like it has, you can see this if you turn on the paragraph marks.

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#3
March 6, 2012 at 17:23:34
Sorry, you lost me. Have a different setup on 2007.

Have you tried creating a Macro?
Just record the steps you take and then attach the Macro to a button.

But, creating a blank document with all your mod's incorporated
and then doing a "Save As" a .dot, Document Template would seem
to be the way to go.

MIKE

http://www.skeptic.com/


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