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How to change default caption and heading styles?

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I need to match the captions and headings styles for another document.
These are different from factory settings for Word
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It isn't clear what difficulty you are having. To change the format of a style, click 'Format'/'Styles and Formatting...'
If you don't see the style in the right-hand list then select 'All styles' from the dropdown at the bottom of the pane. Select the style from the list. It should appear in the box and the top of the pane. a dropdown arrow will appear when the box is selected. Choose 'Modify...' and use the 'Modify Style' dialogue to make your changes.
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That did it. Thanks!
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