I'm a little confused on 2 items.
1. How many Normal Style(s) are in the normal.dot Template (just 1, or several)? What is the difference between the Normal Style and a Built-In Style? What are ome examples of Built-In Styles? Some people have said Built -In Styles have hidden Properties that make them easier to use? If True, what are these hidden properties? How do they save you time?
I have heard thatu Using Built-In Heading Styles for Cross-Referencing and Table of Contentsm nakes it much easier to create these? Why?
2. I have heard the following:
The Default Setting in a Word Template is to base Each Style on the Normal Style.
This Enables the Entire DOC to Inherit the Properties of Normal Style, so to Change the Font of a Document you Need Change Only 1 Style.
In Professional documents Never DO This. Is this correct? Should you break every Style's (including Built-In Styles) Link to the Normal Style and Base the Styles on nothing? Why?