How to Create & Share Custom Style Sheets in Word & PowerPoint
by JD Sartain | tech journalist | PCWorld | Aug 8, 2018 5:28 am
Who knew Microsoft Word could give you a power rush? That’s what you feel when you create a one-click, customized Style Sheet that automatically applies font, paragraph, layout, and other settings to any document. It’s a great way to create consistency for monthly reports or other routine pieces of content. Once you get the hang of Style Sheets, formatting text one paragraph or section at a time will feel as primitive as Sumerians writing cuneiform on wet-clay tablets.
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Style Sheets also work in PowerPoint, and we’ll show you those as well …
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