Formatting a Word Document
This section presents formatting techniques beginning with the most automated first’s and then moves on to methods that gives you greater levels of formatting control. For other documents, you might need to use techniques described near the end of the chapter to modify automatically applied formats or to achieve more exacting results expectations.
Appling a Theme
The design or shape of a set of characters. You can select from a variety of font types, styles, sizes and colours.
A theme might apply a solid background colours a background image to the document.
A complete set of paragraph and character formatting features. When you apply the style to a paragraph, all these features are designed to the paragraph text.
For many of the documents you create, you might be able to save time by using the more automated methods.