Re: formatting/styles in word XP
does anyone know how to create an template/auto format
in which two styles appear in the same
sentence/paragraph using word XP?
for example the first part is underlined and the
second part is italic and bold..
I haven't used Office XP, but this can be done in other versions of office by setting the "Style Type" to be "character" instead of "paragraph."
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