“Dressing Up Your Word Documents With Styles” tutorial available as an e-book on Lulu
Inspired by several talks I’ve given to legal secretaries’ associations about using styles in Word, I have turned one of my styles tutorials into a ten-page e-book that I’m offering for sale on Lulu.com.
The tutorial, called “Dressing Up Your Word Documents With Styles,” is based on — but goes beyond — portions of my Word 2007 and Word 2010 books that introduce users to styles. It explains the advantages of using styles in Word 2003, Word 2007, and Word 2010, as well as a few potential “gotchas.” In addition, it provides step-by-step instructions for creating simple styles from scratch and by example in all three versions of the program.
Toward the end of the e-book, I suggest some style “dos” and “don’ts.” At the very end, I’ve included an exercise that involves setting up a style (and a keyboard shortcut) for an indented quotation, also sometimes known as a block quote. Actually, there are two such exercises: one that covers Word 2003 and another that covers Word 2007 / Word 2010.
The e-book costs just $1.15 (as of April, 2016); it is available as a PDF file. You can purchase it via this link. You should be able to download the e-book as soon as you have paid for it.
Thanks in advance for buying the tutorial!
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