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Is there an easy way to convert styles to inline formatting, and then delete the styles from a word 2010 document

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I have Word 2010 documents which have many unused styles in the style sheet, and a few styles that are used.  I want to eliminate all style and have inline formatting, and then delete the styles.  I have succeeded in removing unwanted styles, but have found no easy way to convert styles in the style sheet to inline formatting.  Is there an easy way to do this?
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There are many complications I have fund with trying ti work this out.  It seems that it will be necessary to go document by document to fix this.
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