Styles- Are some missing?

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Styles- Are some missing?

Post by snowshed » Sun Aug 23, 2020 11:43 pm

When the Office 2021 package for all 3 operating systems was announced, I purchased the package, and downloaded all 3 versions.

So far, I've only had the time to install the Mac version. I think that was about a month ago.

When I tried to install the Mac version, it simply exited and did not run. I then went to the website, and downloaded the program, which installed and ran fine.

But, when I checked the supplied Styles, there were just 3 headings, the same as you get with Free Office. With 2016, there were all kinds of styles included.

Is that all that comes with 2021, or did I somehow get the wrong 2021 version for Mac?

Is there a possibility the Windows and Linux versions will have the same type of issues?

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Re: Styles- Are some missing?

Post by Jossi » Mon Aug 24, 2020 11:48 am

What if you choose at the bottom of the sidebar „All styles" instead of "Styles in use"?

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Re: Styles- Are some missing?

Post by snowshed » Mon Aug 24, 2020 2:52 pm

by Jossi » Mon Aug 24, 2020 11:48 am
What if you choose at the bottom of the sidebar „All styles" instead of "Styles in use"?
Aw, fudge! Thanks, Jossi.

I never use that option, so I didn't think of it. In fact, have not selected "Styles in use" for years and years. :)

I like the list to show "All styles" so I can see what available for use before I create my own. IIRC, 2016 came with "All sty'es" showing. I think that would give a better impression of the program to a use unfamiliar with word processors. And the do exist. :D

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