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Hi,
I need some help regarding the styles.

I created two different templates for 2 different clients. The first one was
fine,
but when i prepared the second one the 2 nd client found the styles which
has been used in 1 st template.

These styles has been present in (Pick formatting to apply) list. is there
any way that i can remove these styles at one go from my second doc because i
cannot identify the styles used in first doc and second doc which has been
merged.

Please suggest.

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Rathish
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In the combined document, there is no way for Word to tell from where the
styles originated; you will have to manually delete the styles that you want
to get rid of.

Note that you can restrict the use of styles in a template (as well as in
documents later created from that template). Use the Restrict Formatting and
Editing task pane (Word 2007) or the Protect Document task pane (Word 2003).

In the case of Word 2003, you may want to take a look at the following
article:

Restrict formatting of a document
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/wo...CH010397751033

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"Rathish" wrote:

Hi,
I need some help regarding the styles.

I created two different templates for 2 different clients. The first one was
fine,
but when i prepared the second one the 2 nd client found the styles which
has been used in 1 st template.

These styles has been present in (Pick formatting to apply) list. is there
any way that i can remove these styles at one go from my second doc because i
cannot identify the styles used in first doc and second doc which has been
merged.

Please suggest.

--
Thanks & Regards
Rathish

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Thanks For the reply sir,
I unknowingly did what u suggested.Happy that i could think the same. Thanks
a lot sir.
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Thanks & Regards
Rathish


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In the combined document, there is no way for Word to tell from where the
styles originated; you will have to manually delete the styles that you want
to get rid of.

Note that you can restrict the use of styles in a template (as well as in
documents later created from that template). Use the Restrict Formatting and
Editing task pane (Word 2007) or the Protect Document task pane (Word 2003).

In the case of Word 2003, you may want to take a look at the following
article:

Restrict formatting of a document
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/wo...CH010397751033

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Rathish" wrote:

Hi,
I need some help regarding the styles.

I created two different templates for 2 different clients. The first one was
fine,
but when i prepared the second one the 2 nd client found the styles which
has been used in 1 st template.

These styles has been present in (Pick formatting to apply) list. is there
any way that i can remove these styles at one go from my second doc because i
cannot identify the styles used in first doc and second doc which has been
merged.

Please suggest.

--
Thanks & Regards
Rathish

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I'm glad I could help. :-)

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"Rathish" wrote in message
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Thanks For the reply sir,
I unknowingly did what u suggested.Happy that i could think the same.
Thanks
a lot sir.
--
Thanks & Regards
Rathish


"Stefan Blom" wrote:

In the combined document, there is no way for Word to tell from where the
styles originated; you will have to manually delete the styles that you
want
to get rid of.

Note that you can restrict the use of styles in a template (as well as in
documents later created from that template). Use the Restrict Formatting
and
Editing task pane (Word 2007) or the Protect Document task pane (Word
2003).

In the case of Word 2003, you may want to take a look at the following
article:

Restrict formatting of a document
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/wo...CH010397751033

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Rathish" wrote:

Hi,
I need some help regarding the styles.

I created two different templates for 2 different clients. The first
one was
fine,
but when i prepared the second one the 2 nd client found the styles
which
has been used in 1 st template.

These styles has been present in (Pick formatting to apply) list. is
there
any way that i can remove these styles at one go from my second doc
because i
cannot identify the styles used in first doc and second doc which has
been
merged.

Please suggest.

--
Thanks & Regards
Rathish



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