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Subject:intro Word style sheets to authors From:Irene Wong <wongword -at- OZEMAIL -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Thu, 12 Feb 1998 17:41:37 +1000
We are introducing two different MS Word templates to subject matter
authors. They will be expected to use a few styles to format their
headings, body text and list bullets. (Nothing very fancy) The template
will be written for them.
Most of them are not advanced Word users and style templates are a whole
Has anyone any experience in introducing style templates to authors with
minimal Word skills? Have you any advice on:
1 Writing the sample template that they will open to write their new
Eg how do you indicate what style to apply.
2 Introducing and teaching authors how to use style sheets.