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Word: Heading Styles

Part of Microsoft Word

Word Word: Heading StylesMicrosoft Word: Headings & Titles

Microsoft Word any documentation which requires structure will require titles to define each section of the document.  As discussed in previous videos you can manually highlight lines and make  them bold & underlined, but you are missing out on some of the wonderful features Microsoft Word can produce for you to save you time.

An example of this is a table of contents, when I first started making training material I would spend hours of time setting up my table of contents only to discover that after later editing the page numbers for the titles had changed which made my life miserable.  If only I knew now what I could have applied back then!

Saving time creating Table Of Contents in Microsoft Word

Using “Styles” specifically “Heading Styles” I could have produced my table of contents in seconds rather than hours.  This video will explain to you the purpose of heading styles, not from a formatting point of view but from a structure point of view.

By the end of this video you will be able to create a table of contents based on your document in just a few clicks!

This video is one of many Word tutorials on this site click here for more.

Example Word Document

To aid you in this video, I have supplied a sample word document which has some text already typed in to save you typing.  This document is not an absolute must to understand the video but may help.  the file can be loacted here: [/blockquote_left]

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249 Comments

  1. Abolwafa27 says
    25 Feb 13 at 6:28am

    Thanks a million!

  2. queenslanddiva says
    23 May 12 at 11:26pm

    WOW! thank you so much – I have strugged with formatting for so long, just about given up on it – but now it’s so easy. I am going back over all my old documents and “fix them”. :-)

  3. 23 May 12 at 11:26pm

    [..YouTube..] WOW! thank you so much – I have strugged with formatting for so long, just about given up on it – but now it’s so easy. I am going back over all my old documents and “fix them”. :-)

  4. Kakarehan810 says
    05 Apr 12 at 4:21pm

    Thanks… this kind of knowledge is usually tacit…glad u shared with us!! :)

  5. 05 Apr 12 at 4:21pm

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