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Types of named styles.






Character style can contain character formatting only, including font, font size, font style, and font effects (such as small caps or superscript). Character styles can be applied on top of paragraph styles, which means you can use a character style to override the format of a selected portion of a paragraph.


A list style contains paragraph number or bullet formatting for up to nine levels of an outline. All nine levels of formatting are contained in one style.


A paragraph style can contain any kind of paragraph formatting (such as paragraph alignment and indents) and any character formatting that you apply to an entire paragraph (such as font or font size).


Table styles can contain certain elements of table, paragraph, and font formatting. You can apply formatting such as font, borders, shading, and paragraph spacing to the heading row as well as the body rows of a table, and the formatting will automatically adjust to accommodate changes in your table structure.

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