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Default "automatically update document styles" in word 2007

Is there an "automatically update document styles" function in word 2007 or
somethign equivalent?

I know i can use the organizer but i find that to be less convenient.
Maybe im just not as comfortable with it yet-

Thanks.
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Default "automatically update document styles" in word 2007

Yes. In the Developer tab, click Document Template. The Automatically update
document styles option is shown just under the name of the current template.

If the Developer ribbon isn't showing, click Office - Word Options - Popular
tab. It's the 3rd option listed.

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Is there an "automatically update document styles" function in word 2007
or
somethign equivalent?

I know i can use the organizer but i find that to be less convenient.
Maybe im just not as comfortable with it yet-

Thanks.


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