How do I delete a custom quick style set in 2007?

How do I delete a custom quick style set in 2007?

Post by RGlhbmV » Tue, 19 Jun 2007 21:32:00


I've tried right clicking on the style set that I have defined but it only
gives me the option to add it to the QAT. How do I delete it?

thanks

Diane
 
 
 

How do I delete a custom quick style set in 2007?

Post by Herb Tyson » Wed, 20 Jun 2007 07:14:49

The quickest way... pretend that you're saving a new Quick Style Set. When
the Save Quick Style Set dialog appears, right-click the one you want to
zap, and click Delete. Then click Cancel rather than save.

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How do I delete a custom quick style set in 2007?

Post by RGlhbmV » Thu, 21 Jun 2007 05:05:01


 
 
 

How do I delete a custom quick style set in 2007?

Post by Zm94cmVzdW » Thu, 10 Jul 2008 08:17:01

This is what I have figured out:

1. Go to Homa Tab, Styles group.
2. Click the arrw at the bottom right corner of the Styles group.
3. When the dialogue box opens, go to tthe bottom and click "Manage Styles"
on the bottom right.
4. When the next dialogue box opens up, click "import/Export" at the bottom
left.
5. When the next dialogue box opens, you will see to fields. The name on the
right side is "In Normal."
6. Under the In Normail field, highlight the style that you want to delete
and click delete.
7. Click close. Thats it.
 
 
 

How do I delete a custom quick style set in 2007?

Post by U3RldmVCZW » Tue, 30 Jun 2009 20:35:01


Brilliant! Thanks.


Steve B.
 
 
 

How do I delete a custom quick style set in 2007?

Post by SGVhdGhlc » Fri, 24 Jul 2009 23:14:24

This was a fantastic answer - just what I was looking for and I had thought
that the Organizer tool had been removed completely from 2007. Thanks so
much!
 
 
 

How do I delete a custom quick style set in 2007?

Post by Stefan Blo » Sat, 25 Jul 2009 22:54:27

Another way to access the Organizer dialog box the following: Press Alt+F8;
in the Macros dialog box, click the Organizer button.

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Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP