Creating uniform style in large document

  sheila.weston 19:33 16 May 2010

In m/s Word 2007 is there any way of pinpointing sections of a large document where the style does NOT match the 'normal/default' style for the document?

I have a large document of chapters containing images and text and have just noticed that some paragraphs are in another style - with different line-spacing, in particular. I can't select the whole document and check the spacing because I want all the images to be on the even pages and there are a lot of section and page-breaks. Also, the chapter headings have their own style.

Many thanks for any help.

  mgmcc 13:20 17 May 2010

Try reposting in the "Helproom" forum. Your question isn't really a Networking one and you'll have a much bigger audience and more chance of a reply from the Helproom.

  sheila.weston 14:04 17 May 2010

Sorry, can this be removed, please.

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