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Google Docs - Possible to define my own CSS in a Document?

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The heading styles (Heading 1, Heading 2...) in a Google Apps document are pretty raw.  (See the attached image.)  Is it possible to define your own CSS for a Google Apps Document?
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The "old version" allowed editing CSS, the new one doesn't.  To use the old version go to settings/editing and uncheck "use newer version..."
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