AutoShaper Can Be Used Inside of Microsoft Word
What exactly is a style? A style is simply the name given to a certain set of structural formatting features. A style is basically a series of structural formats which are applied to one or more files, all at once, and then one or more descriptions of those formats. The term style normally refers to such a group of formatting commands which are collectively grouped together and given a common name.
There are many different formatting styles available, and each one has its own advantages and disadvantages. In this article we will take a look at the most popular of these – AutoShaper, and how to use it to create effective and attractive layouts. AutoShaper was designed by a company called Adobe Systems, and is used to create PDF documents from within Microsoft Word. What it does is allow you to “animate” the layout of your document. By placing objects within the document which are positioned automatically, and giving you options to change the format and appearance when you need to, it is possible to create professional looking documents almost instantly using AutoShaper.
One way of creating your own AutoShaper style is to select “Option” > “Rule Details” and then enter “SmartFit”, and “Fit Flags”. This will place the formatting characteristics of each flag into the pre-defined rule list and will give you a variety of options in what flag you want to use. Another way of creating your own style, is to go into “My Document” and click on “Pages”. From here you can go into “Settings” and then click on “Page Layout”. In here you can choose “AutoShaper” and then enter the desired formatting characteristics for each flag.
You can use AutoShaper in combination with other properties to quickly change the formatting of your layout without having to write the complex words required for most of the advanced rules. For instance, when you create a practice document in Adobe Acrobat Professional, you can click on “Effective Styles” and choose “New”. Doing so will place these new style sheets into the Document Editor, where you can change the values as necessary.
Most people familiar with MS Word and Excel know that you can type in an outline level of text, and then drop down a menu to drop down the formatting properties. However, there is one very important thing that is often overlooked – outlining and formatting are two different things! Using AutoShaper with these basic outline levels will allow you to create professional looking documents that will look great when printed or used as an image. So when you’re designing your next document, think about how you want the formatting to be, and then either use AutoShaper to create the outline styles, or begin to outline the document with custom styles.
In conclusion, you don’t have to use one format per header or footer in your document. Instead, use multiple headers and footers on each page, and then use different styles throughout the document to create a well-designed, professional-looking final product. Keep this in mind, and you’ll quickly find that using AutoShaper in Microsoft Word is much more flexible than you might think!