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how to delete styles from templates

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Depends on what you're trying to do and how you're trying to do it. You can always:

1. Open the template (File > Open > find the template)
2. Open the organizer (Tools > Macro > Macros > Organizer)
3. Find and delete the style in the Styles tab.

Alternatively, you can
1. Open the template (same way as before)
2. Click on Format > Styles and formatting
3. Find the style in the style list in the Styles and Formatting task pane
4. Right-click the style and choose 'Delete'
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