Styles Listing


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Guest

Word 2000 SP3
Can the Style Listing menu be dictated by the template?
I have created a template, with all the necessary changes and new styles
required. But I would like the Style Listing box on the Formatting toolbar to
show only the Styles I want the user to see.
The “List:†menu in the Format | Style dialog does not affect the listing on
the toolbar, only the list shown in that dialog.

Many thanks in advance.
DeanH
 
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Guest

Thanks for the prompt response.
I have come across Custom in 2002 (a previous work existance) but in the
Word 2000 SP3 I have here, there is no option called Custom.
Does that mean it is not posible in 2000?
Or do I need an AddIn or something?

Thanks
DeanH
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

Sorry, I missed your reference to Word 2000; no, this is new in Word
2002/2003. In Word 2000, the only control you have over the font listing is
this: By default, Word displays Normal, Default Paragraph Font, and Headings
1-3. Other styles are added as you use them. The Font dropdown always
displays "Styles in Use." If you open Format | Style and change the view to
"Styles in Use," you can delete any font in the list except Normal, Default
Paragraph Font, and any of the built-in heading styles. The styles aren't
actually deleted, but they are reset to their default Normal.dot formatting,
and they are no longer displayed in the Styles dropdown.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

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Guest

Many thanks for your response. I had already done the 'delete to reset'
option. Lets hope the company upgrades soon!
DeanH
 

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