Specifies the name of the style, the formats defined for the style, and other options for working with styles.
Specifies the style type. If you are placing a new element, you can specify the style by clicking the appropriate style type in this box and then clicking the style that you want in the Styles box. You can also change the style of an existing element by selecting the element and then clicking Styles on the Format menu to set these options.
Specifies the style. Before selecting an item on this list, you must first select the appropriate style type in the Style Type box.
Specifies which styles appear in the Styles list. You can list only the styles in use, styles that you defined, or all styles.
The only styles that appear in the list are styles that are saved in the current document. The styles saved in a styles resource document are not listed. However, if you click New, you can select a style from a style resource document to use as a base style for the new style that you are creating.
Displays a description of the settings in the style.
Applies the style selected in the Styles box to elements that you selected. Applying a new style to elements that you selected removes the current formats for the element.
Accesses one of the New Style Dialog Boxes so that you can create a new style.
Accesses one of the Modify Style dialog boxes so that you can modify the style that you selected in the Styles list.
Deletes the selected style from the document or template.
Allows you to add style resource documents to the current template with the Style Resources dialog box.