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Subject:Re: Since we're asking a lot about Word From:Ed Gregory <edgregory -at- HOME -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 20 Jul 1999 22:46:58 -0500
Just saw Mary Choy's message from July 8. In case you haven't received an
Microsoft Word styles can be automatically updated. To turn this feature on
Click the Automatic Update checkbox on, or off, as you desire.
If you leave the box checked, any changes you make to a paragraph formatted
by a style instantly become part of that style. Because of this, a single
change to one formatted paragraph can have repurcussions throughout your
document...and any future documents using this same style.