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    Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Hello,

    Is it possible to modify a Heading theme so that the text looks like this below:

    Purpose: To established a system for quality control
    Responsibility: Quality Control Manager, Manufacturing Manager

    Notice that the first word before the colon is in bold text but the text after is not bold.

    Thank you for your help or suggestions

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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Go to the Layout panel in the Ribbon, click Print Titles
    Click the Header/footer tab
    Click Custom Header
    Type in the header text in the left/center/right section
    Select the text you want to be bold
    Click the Font button ("A")


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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Quote Originally Posted by 6StringJazzer View Post
    Go to the Layout panel in the Ribbon, click Print Titles
    ...
    Except that this is for Word
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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    If this is for run-in headings in Word, then, with the formatting display switched on:
    Select the space after 'Purpose:' and press the «Enter» key, so that you get:
    Purpose:¶
    To established a system for quality control¶
    Then click on 'Purpose' and press Ctrl-Alt-Enter, so that you get:
    Purpose:¶ To established a system for quality control¶
    You can now format 'Purpose:' in one paragraph Style (e.g. Heading 1) and ' To established a system for quality control' in another paragraph Style (e.g. Normal).
    Using Ctrl-Alt-Enter converts the paragraph break at the end of the current paragraph into what is known as a Style Separator. This is only available on PCs - on Macs you'd need to use an ordinary paragraph break and format it as hidden text.

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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Thank you for the excellent help @macropod.

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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Paul/BillySpivy, is it possible to attach a Word file to show how you do it? Thank you!

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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Quote Originally Posted by macropod View Post
    Except that this is for Word
    Oh. Well, s***.

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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Quote Originally Posted by josephteh View Post
    Paul/BillySpivy, is it possible to attach a Word file to show how you do it? Thank you!
    You do this via the paperclip symbol on the 'Go Advanced' tab at the bottom of this screen.

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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Got it! Thanks macropod! Can't add to Styles Gallery though.

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    Re: Heading Theme First Part Bold

    Quote Originally Posted by josephteh View Post
    Can't add to Styles Gallery though.
    You can, but keep in mind you are using two Styles, each of which can be added to the Styles Gallery. What you can't add to the Styles Gallery is the Style Separator or something that says to combine the two Styles separated by a Style Separator..

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