In Microsoft's last blog post about Word 2013, the company talked about the new ways to create document tables in the word processor software. This week, Microsoft has updated the official Word blog again with some information on the new style options in Word 2013.
The new post talks about the unified Design tab that's a new feature in Word 2013. Microsoft says:
On this tab are all the features that change the look of your entire document (without you needing to select it). It’s perfect for those times when you realize you’ve written your entire document in Calibri but you really want it in Garamond, or for those of you who’d prefer to have no spacing between lines or paragraphs of text. You can even change all the colors in your document at once.
There is also a new Style Sets visual gallery that lets Word 2013 users preview how a new font style will look in a title, heading and body of a document before putting the style into place.
Microsoft is also making style features in previous versions of Word more visible for Word 2013. Themes, theme colors and more have gotten a UI makeover and should allow users faster and better access to these features. You can also hit the "Set to Default" button that will allow you to set an entire custom theme, with different colors, styles and more, as your main Word 2013 document scheme.
Source: Word blog | Image via Microsoft