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Default styles renaming

I have my standard styles (Word 2000) that i know i will not be able to
delete: Normal Default Paragraph Font Heading 1 Heading 2 Heading . . .etc.

In my template, I want a certain paragraph style for the first paragraph,
and a second style for paragraph 2 (with a first line indent), for example.

All okay. But I cannot rename them as Paragraph 1 and Paragraph 2 in my
Style list, instead, the styles keep saying: Normal, Normal 1, and Normal,
Normal 2, or Normal, Normal paragraph 1 or something similar. Very long
descriptions. And always seems attached to Normal, won't save my new ones
that I make.

Is there any way, please, I can rename my styles so they don't have these
very long descriptors like this? Or set up entirely new ones NOT linked to
the standard ones I can't delete? (In Quark, I can do this easily.) Thanks
for any help.
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