Otherwise the style definition in the target document governs. The StyleRef field is used primarily in headers and footers. In the mini toolbar that appears, click Styles , and then click Create a Style.
Note the pillcrow paragraph mark with the dots around it separating the two. That is because, with Style11 you have already reached the maximum level of nesting. Click on OK. When you run into a problem with this, first undo and close your documents. For example, when you apply a style that contains bold formatting to a paragraph that contains some bold text, the bold text may lose its bold formatting.
The built in heading styles in Word have special properties that make them almost magical. AutoText Sampler - styles used to organize AutoText - see also...
Click on Edit... Something as important as styles should work as documented.
I just had occasion to edit a 100-page document that was created without using styles. A list of styles available in the active document displays. These are hidden until used by default. I'm not sure there's a cure, other than education. Then a StyleRef Field is used instead of a Ref field to repeat it elsewhere. It's definitely something you'll find more use for as you go. The usual use of this, though, would be for the styles to look the same.
For more on this see Mastering the Spelling Checker. DIY Security. This was the default in earlier versions of Word. Copying Text Formatted in a Style Another way to copy styles is to simply copy and paste paragraphs created in another document containing the style you're looking for.