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Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name? Also, I format
long docs and have a style for tables. This style doesn't seem "to
stick." I will format using the style and then the table will revert
back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.
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Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).

Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. This style doesn't
seem "to stick." I will format using the style and then the table will
revert back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?

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Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).

Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. *This style doesn't
seem "to stick." *I will format using the style and then the table will
revert back to no style. *What would cause this? *Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


The table style has different shading for every other row including
top. This is mostly what goes "away."
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Note that you can turn off certain aspects of table styles on the Table
Tools Design tab. For the affected tables, see if "Banded Rows" have been
cleared in the Table Style Options group.

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On Sep 17, 4:50 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:
"yepp" wrote in message

...

Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because
someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).

Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. This style doesn't
seem "to stick." I will format using the style and then the table will
revert back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


The table style has different shading for every other row including
top. This is mostly what goes "away."




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On Sep 18, 5:07*am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:
Note that you can turn off certain aspects of table styles on the Table
Tools Design tab. For the affected tables, see if "Banded Rows" have been
cleared in the Table Style Options group.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"yepp" wrote in message

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On Sep 17, 4:50 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:





"yepp" wrote in message


...


Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because
someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).


Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. This style doesn't
seem "to stick." I will format using the style and then the table will
revert back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


The table style has different shading for every other row including
top. *This is mostly what goes "away."- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


I am using Word 2003. Where do I find the Design tab?

Tks


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I don't remember if the option was available in Word 2003. If you look in
Table | Table AutoFormat, what do you see there?

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"yepp" wrote in message
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On Sep 18, 5:07 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:
Note that you can turn off certain aspects of table styles on the Table
Tools Design tab. For the affected tables, see if "Banded Rows" have been
cleared in the Table Style Options group.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"yepp" wrote in message

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On Sep 17, 4:50 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:





"yepp" wrote in message


...


Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because
someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).


Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. This style
doesn't
seem "to stick." I will format using the style and then the table will
revert back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


The table style has different shading for every other row including
top. This is mostly what goes "away."- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


I am using Word 2003. Where do I find the Design tab?

Tks



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On Sep 18, 9:55*am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:
I don't remember if the option was available in Word 2003. If you look in
Table | Table AutoFormat, what do you see there?

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Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"yepp" wrote in message

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On Sep 18, 5:07 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:





Note that you can turn off certain aspects of table styles on the Table
Tools Design tab. For the affected tables, see if "Banded Rows" have been
cleared in the Table Style Options group.


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"yepp" wrote in message


....
On Sep 17, 4:50 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:


"yepp" wrote in message


....


Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because
someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).


Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. This style
doesn't
seem "to stick." I will format using the style and then the table will
revert back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


The table style has different shading for every other row including
top. This is mostly what goes "away."- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


I am using Word 2003. *Where do I find the Design tab?

Tks- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


options to apply special format to row, columns, last row, last column

under the style table, modify, format there is an option for "stripes"
but it just lets you select the number of rows or columns in a band

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In the Modify Style dialog box you should be able to choose which item to
"Apply formatting to"; for example, you can choose "Odd banded rows" and
then set the options (such as shading) for those rows.

Note that if you cannot get the options to stick, you could create an
example table with the desired formatting and then create an AutoText entry
which you can insert whenever you want that formatting.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP



"yepp" wrote in message
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On Sep 18, 9:55 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:
I don't remember if the option was available in Word 2003. If you look in
Table | Table AutoFormat, what do you see there?

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"yepp" wrote in message

...
On Sep 18, 5:07 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:





Note that you can turn off certain aspects of table styles on the Table
Tools Design tab. For the affected tables, see if "Banded Rows" have
been
cleared in the Table Style Options group.


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"yepp" wrote in message


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On Sep 17, 4:50 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:


"yepp" wrote in message


...


Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because
someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).


Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. This style
doesn't
seem "to stick." I will format using the style and then the table
will
revert back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


The table style has different shading for every other row including
top. This is mostly what goes "away."- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


I am using Word 2003. Where do I find the Design tab?

Tks- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


options to apply special format to row, columns, last row, last column

under the style table, modify, format there is an option for "stripes"
but it just lets you select the number of rows or columns in a band



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On Sep 19, 8:35*am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:
In the Modify Style dialog box you should be able to choose which item to
"Apply formatting to"; for example, you can choose "Odd banded rows" and
then set the options (such as shading) for those rows.

Note that if you cannot get the options to stick, you could create an
example table with the desired formatting and then create an AutoText entry
which you can insert whenever you want that formatting.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"yepp" wrote in message

...
On Sep 18, 9:55 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:





I don't remember if the option was available in Word 2003. If you look in
Table | Table AutoFormat, what do you see there?


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"yepp" wrote in message


...
On Sep 18, 5:07 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:


Note that you can turn off certain aspects of table styles on the Table
Tools Design tab. For the affected tables, see if "Banded Rows" have
been
cleared in the Table Style Options group.


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"yepp" wrote in message


....
On Sep 17, 4:50 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:


"yepp" wrote in message


...


Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because
someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).


Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. This style
doesn't
seem "to stick." I will format using the style and then the table
will
revert back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


The table style has different shading for every other row including
top. This is mostly what goes "away."- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


I am using Word 2003. Where do I find the Design tab?


Tks- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


options to apply special format to row, columns, last row, last column

under the style table, modify, format there is an option for "stripes"
but it just lets you select the number of rows or columns in a band- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Thanks Stefan for that. I never thought I could use Auto Entries for
inserting a new Table. Good idea. Thank you.
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Well, if nothing else works, at least AutoText makes the task easier. Of
course, it doesn't help you *change* the formatting in a single step (as
styles do).

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"yepp" wrote in message
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On Sep 19, 8:35 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:
In the Modify Style dialog box you should be able to choose which item to
"Apply formatting to"; for example, you can choose "Odd banded rows" and
then set the options (such as shading) for those rows.

Note that if you cannot get the options to stick, you could create an
example table with the desired formatting and then create an AutoText
entry
which you can insert whenever you want that formatting.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP

"yepp" wrote in message

...
On Sep 18, 9:55 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:





I don't remember if the option was available in Word 2003. If you look
in
Table | Table AutoFormat, what do you see there?


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"yepp" wrote in message


...
On Sep 18, 5:07 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:


Note that you can turn off certain aspects of table styles on the
Table
Tools Design tab. For the affected tables, see if "Banded Rows" have
been
cleared in the Table Style Options group.


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"yepp" wrote in message


...
On Sep 17, 4:50 am, "Stefan Blom" wrote:


"yepp" wrote in message


...


Why do some style names have an asterisk pre-name?


As far as I know, if a style name includes an asterisk it is because
someone
named it like that (but I guess I could be wrong).


Also, I format long docs and have a style for tables. This style
doesn't
seem "to stick." I will format using the style and then the table
will
revert back to no style. What would cause this? Thanks.


What aspects of the style are not preserved? Borders, shading, text
formatting?


--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


The table style has different shading for every other row including
top. This is mostly what goes "away."- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


I am using Word 2003. Where do I find the Design tab?


Tks- Hide quoted text -


- Show quoted text -


options to apply special format to row, columns, last row, last column

under the style table, modify, format there is an option for "stripes"
but it just lets you select the number of rows or columns in a band- Hide
quoted text -

- Show quoted text -


Thanks Stefan for that. I never thought I could use Auto Entries for
inserting a new Table. Good idea. Thank you.



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