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Formatting problem in Word 2003

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by WileECoyoteSG, Aug 31, 2011.

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  1. WileECoyoteSG

    WileECoyoteSG Thread Starter

    Aug 10, 2006
    I have been using a template for some time now and am not familiar with playing with the "Style" function, so if anyone knows what I'm trying to do here and can help or could at least direct me to a site that would help me learn how to work with the "Style" function it, it would be most appreciated.

    In the example below all of these titles are in bold with the bold turned off after each. Now in some of these instances, I need to tab over and start an alphabetical list (not all of the time, though); however, when I start my list after tabbing over, "A" is fine but when i hit enter, tab over, and type "B" it picks up the bold from above. I need to know how to format this template so that I do not have to keep turning the bold off everytime.

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    Hope this is just not too confusing. :confused: Again, if someone could recommend a site that I might be able to learn the style formatting for Word 2003 too, that would be great. (y)

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