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NWU Style sheet guide

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									   NWU Style sheets - Word 2007


Guide for the use of the NWU Word Style sheets


                  July 2010




                  IT Central
Preface
There are many questions when it comes to the use of style sheets and therefore below are a lot of benefits
to using them. Not only the official NWU style sheets, but the use of style sheets in your every day use of
Office, will make your life less complicated.
At first, when you create a style sheet, it takes some time, but when you use it, it takes less time to format
your document, so you will become more productive.
At the NWU official style sheets are already created and this will not only improve your productivity, but also:
    makes it easier when documents over departments must be combined in one report;
    improves our image outside the University;
    will support the University brand;
    will improve proper recordkeeping according to the NWU Records management policy as you should
    provide a file reference number that will be captured on the document.
Other benefits for the University:
    when we have a hard copy of the document and you want the electronic version, you can just look at the
    Document source at the bottom of the document. The Document source includes the details of the
    creator of the document and the place where the document is stored;
    for lecturers there are the examination paper and the cover page for a examination style sheets
    available. This creates a standard for examination papers and the cover page for examination papers
    makes it easier for the Examination division to know what the details are for the examination and what
    the lecturer wants for a examination;
    it is easy to create a table of contents and insert a front page when you use the NWU Standard
    documentation style sheet.
Table of Contents

NWU Style sheet guide

1              How do I gain access to the NWU Style sheets? ................................................ 1
1.1            To setup the Workgroup templates ....................................................................................1
1.2            General ...................................................................................................................................2
1.2.1          Letter types: ............................................................................................................................2
1.2.2          Introduction .............................................................................................................................2
1.2.3          Corporate Identity ...................................................................................................................2
1.2.4          Indents ....................................................................................................................................2
1.2.5          Caps of headers ......................................................................................................................2
1.2.6          Size of Headings .....................................................................................................................2
1.2.7          Numbered lists ........................................................................................................................2
1.3            To use the templates ............................................................................................................2
1.4            File Formats ...........................................................................................................................2
1.5            Older versions of Word (XP, 2003) ......................................................................................2

2              The following style sheets are available ............................................................. 3
2.1            Standard documentation......................................................................................................3
2.1.1          Names of the available standard documentation style sheets: ..............................................3
2.1.2          Use the standard documentation style sheet..........................................................................3
2.1.3          Automatic updating of document source, date and reference number ...................................3
2.1.4          Table of Contents ....................................................................................................................4
2.1.5          Front page ...............................................................................................................................4
2.1.6          Tables .....................................................................................................................................4
2.1.7          See Appendix A - Shortcuts to see all the styles available. ................................................4
2.2            Minutes...................................................................................................................................5
2.2.1          Names of the minutes style sheets: ........................................................................................5
2.2.2          Differences between the A4 Standard Documentation and the Minutes style sheets ............5
2.3            Letterhead, Agenda, Fax and Memo ...................................................................................5
2.3.1          Names of the available letterhead style sheets: .....................................................................5
2.3.2          Names of the available agenda style sheets: .........................................................................5
2.3.3          Names of the available fax style sheets: ................................................................................5
2.3.4          Names of the available memo style sheets: ...........................................................................5
2.3.5          Use the letterhead, agenda, fax and memo style sheets .......................................................5
2.3.6          Automatic updating of document source, date and reference number ...................................6
2.3.7          Tables .....................................................................................................................................6
2.3.8          See Appendix A - Shortcuts to see all the styles available. Most of the styles of the
               Standard documentation are available for the letterhead. ......................................................7
2.4            Front Page .............................................................................................................................7
2.4.1          Names of the available front page style sheets: .....................................................................7
2.5            Examination paper ................................................................................................................8
2.5.1          Names of the available examination paper style sheets: .......................................................8

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2.5.2          Use of the examination paper style sheet...............................................................................8
2.5.3          See Appendix A - Shortcuts to see all the styles available. ................................................8
2.6            Cover page for an examination paper ................................................................................8
2.6.1          Names of the available cover page style sheets: ...................................................................8
2.6.2          Use of the cover page style sheet ..........................................................................................8
2.6.3          Shortcuts .................................................................................................................................8




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NWU Style sheet guide
1     How do I gain access to the NWU Style sheets?

1.1    To setup the Workgroup templates

        Notice!
        If you want to use any Word 2007 or Powerpoint 2007 templates from the NWU you must be
        logged on to the NWU Novell Network and you must setup your Workgroup templates in
        Word 2007 to direct to the appropriate network place.
        To setup your Workgroup templates in Word: (This procedure you can only setup once.)
            Click the Microsoft Office Button
            Click Word Options
            Click Advanced on the left hand side
            Scroll to the bottom of the dialog box
            Click File Locations
            Click Workgroup templates - make sure your path is set, otherwise click Modify and
            browse to the following network place:
            (a) For Institutional - f:\apps\office\template\Institutional
            (b) For Mafikeng Campus -- g:\apps\office\template\Mafikeng
            (c) For Potchefstroom Campus - f:\apps\office\template\Potchkampus
            (d) For Vaal Triangle Campus - f:\apps\office\tempalte\VaalTriangle
            (e) Click OK
        After you set the Workgroup templates
            Click Trust Center
            Click Trust Center Settings (cancel when it asks for your firewall id en password - this
            can be up to 4 times)
            Choose Trusted locations
            Choose "Allow Trusted Locations on my network" and at Add new location browse to the
            place on the network where the style sheets are.
            For Institutional - f:\apps\office\template\Institutional
            For Mafikeng Campus - g:\apps\office\templates\Mafikeng
            For Potchefstroom Campus - f:\apps\office\template\Potchkampus
            For Vaal Triangle Campus - f:\apps\office\template\VaalTriangle
            After you choose the network path click OK and choose "Subfolders of this location are
            also trusted"
            Click OK
            Click on the left hand side on Macro settings and choose “Disable all macros with
            notification” and very important – at Developer Macro Settings, select the checkbox
            against VBA project object model.




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1.2     General
1.2.1     Letter types:
All official documents are typed in the Arial letter type. This decision was originally taken because Arial
copies technically better than Times New Roman.
1.2.2     Introduction
The standards for page layouts as depicted in this document are recommended by the Workgroup for Page
layout standards for all official University documents, for example reports, thesis, and essays.
1.2.3     Corporate Identity
The NWU logo is placed at the top of the first page of your document in order to give the normal official
documents the NWU identity.
1.2.4     Indents
This means that all headings, numbered headings, bullets, tables and normal paragraphs start against the
left margin.
1.2.5     Caps of headers
All headers start with a Capital letter and the rest of the format is normal. The style is created this way to give
the user the option to type in Capital letters when required. No heading is typed completely in capital letters.
1.2.6     Size of Headings
The letter size is as follows: Heading0: 14pt; Heading1: 12pt; Heading2: 11pt; Heading3 - Heading6: 10pt.
1.2.7     Numbered lists
The standard is the numbering system with () on both sides: (1), (2), (3), etc. The name of this style is:
List_Number_Bracket and the shortcut is: Alt+L+1.

1.3     To use the templates
      Click Microsoft Office button
      Click New
      Click My Templates…
      Select the required style sheet
      Click OK

1.4     File Formats
The 2007 Microsoft Office system introduces a new file format that is based on XML. It is called Microsoft
Office Open XML Formats and applies to Microsoft Office Word 2007, Microsoft Office Excel 2007, and
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007. Some benefits of the new format are:
      Compact files: Files are automatically compressed and can be up to 75 percent smaller in some cases.
      Easier detection of documents that contain macros: Files that are saved by using the default "x" suffix
      (such as .docx and .pptx) cannot contain Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macros and therefore do
      not pose the security risks associated with those types of embedded code. Only files whose file name
      extension ends with an "m" (such as .docm and xlsm) can contain VBA macros. For this reason all the
      Word NWU Style Sheet documents must be stored as .docm file format.

1.5     Older versions of Word (XP, 2003)
If you don’t have Office 2007 installed on your computer and you are still using an older version of Word, use
the Style Sheets with the file type, .dot, and in most cases beginning with the xp_ prefix in the filename.
Older NWU Style sheet documents must be stored as .doc file format.




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2     The following style sheets are available

2.1     Standard documentation
2.1.1     Names of the available standard documentation style sheets:
      ENG A4 Standard Documentation
      ENG A5 Standard Documentation
      AFR A4 Standaard Dokumentasie (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
      AFR A5 Standaard Dokumentasie (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
2.1.2     Use the standard documentation style sheet
When you create a new standard document a user form will display.
Fill in the information of the creator of the document. If you are the creator and your information do not
display when the user form opened, you can:
      Click View Defaults
      Fill in your own information
      Click Save and Exit
Your details will display in the user form. It is only necessary to fill in this information once. The information
of the user will be used for most of the NWU style sheets. It will be stored on your computer’s hard disk and
you must remember that you will have to enter the information again when you receive a new computer or if
your current computer is setup from scratch.
The next time you use a NWU Style sheet, the details of the user will be visible in the form.
If you create a document on behalf of somebody else, you can click the Clear button under the Sender-
section, type the information of the other user and create the letter. This will not influence your default
values.
After you click OK on the user form:
      A Save As dialog box will appear where you can give the document a name.
      Save the document
      Type your document.
2.1.3     Automatic updating of document source, date and reference number
The style sheet has the function of saving the details of the originator of the document at the bottom of the
document before the reference number. We call this the document source. It can also create the details of
the last person to save that same document (even if the user has a different name). This is called Update
document source, and is activated by a click of an icon. Click on the Update_DocSource icon            at the
NWU Style Sheets tab, in the NWU Style sheets group to update the document information. Always do it
after you edited a document, and if ONE OF the following points differs from the original details:
(1) Person saving the document
(2) Path where the document is stored.
(3) Name of document
(4) Date saved
The style sheet has the function of saving the file reference at the bottom of the document. The file
reference is a unique numerical identifier for a specific record as indicated in the NWU file plan available at:
          https://intranet.nwu.ac.za/en/fileplan/nwufileplan/index.html
This reference number is compulsory in terms of the Records Management Policy of the NWU. Click on the
Change_Insert_RefNo icon     at the NWU Style Sheets tab, in the NWU Style sheets group to change or
add the file reference.
Two sets of specifications and the file reference will appear at the bottom of your document (it is essential
that you do not type or delete where it says “Do not type here” because that will impair the updating
function).


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2.1.4     Table of Contents
With the style sheet a Table of Contents with the correct formatting can be inserted with the click of a icon.
2.1.4.1    Inserting Table of Contents
Insert the Table of Contents when the whole document is complete. The cursor can be in any position in
the document when you follow this procedure:

    Click on the icon     at the NWU Style Sheets tab, in the NWU Style sheets group.
The Table of Contents with the correct formatting will be in the correct place, and the page numbers of the
Table of Contents will be displayed in Roman figures.
2.1.4.2    Update the Table of Contents after you made any changes to your document
    Highlight the whole document (Ctrl+A)
    Press F9
    A window appears, and you have to choose one of two options:




    If you inserted changes, choose Update Entire Table.
    If you only rearranged the body of the document, choose Update Page Numbers Only.
    The Table of Contents will be updated.
2.1.5     Front page
A front page will automatically be inserted in the document with the click of the Insert_FrontPage icon.
    The cursor can be anywhere in the document

    Click on the Insert_FrontPage icon       at the NWU Style Sheets tab, in the NWU Style sheets group.
    The front page will be inserted at the beginning of the document.
    Change the information to adopt your needs.
2.1.6     Tables
Using tables inside the style sheet
    Use a table, as you would normally, inside a style sheet. When you are already in the table, you only
    have to click the Adjust_Table icon     at the NWU Style Sheets tab, in the NWU Style sheets group to
    reset the left margin of the table. It will also give some space (6pt) from the top of a cell to the first
    paragraph in the table.
    Table heading: Use the Table_Heading style (Alt+T+H) to create a table caption. This style provides
    enough spacing and it keeps the caption and the table together.
    Caption of a table: Use the Caption_Table_Figure style (Alt+T+F). It makes provision for the correct
    spacing before and after the caption. It also provides enough hanging indentation from the left if the title
    of the caption is more than one line.
    As soon as you exit the table, use the shortcut Alt+T+P for the style Table_ParagraphAfter to make room
    between the table and the next paragraph.
2.1.7     See Appendix A - Shortcuts to see all the styles available.




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2.2     Minutes
2.2.1     Names of the minutes style sheets:
      ENG Minutes
      AFR Notule (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
2.2.2     Differences between the A4 Standard Documentation and the Minutes style sheets
1. The Heading Styles (1-9): When you are using the A4 Standard Documentation, the Keep with Next
   Paragraph Option is selected for the Heading. This ensures that the Heading and the paragraph that
   follows the Heading will be kept together.
      For the Minutes style sheet the keep with next paragraph option is not selected. If you want this option
      selected when you create a minutes document, use the A4 Standard Documentation style sheet.
2. In the Minutes style sheet you can't insert a front page or a table of contents by the click of a icon.

2.3     Letterhead, Agenda, Fax and Memo
2.3.1     Names of the available letterhead style sheets:
      ENG Letterhead
      ENG Letterhead PrePrintedLogo
      ENG Letterhead PrePrintedLogo_Swish
      ENG Letterhead International
      AFR Briefhoof (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
      AFR Briefhoof VoorafgedrukteLogo (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
      AFR Briefhoof VoorafgedrukteLogo_Swish (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
Style sheet letterheads with names that include PrePrintedLogo and VoorafgedrukteLogo can be used when
you pre-print letterheads with logo's in color.
Style sheet letterheads with names that include PrePrintedLogo_Swish and VoorafgedrukteLogo_Swich can
be used when you pre-print letterheads with logo's and a swish in color.
We are not allowed to print letterheads with color on the multi-functional printers.
2.3.2     Names of the available agenda style sheets:
For the Agenda style sheet the keep with next paragraph option is not selected for the Headings.
      ENG Agenda
      AFR Agenda (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
2.3.3     Names of the available fax style sheets:
      ENG Fax
      AFR Faks (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
2.3.4     Names of the available memo style sheets:
      ENG Memo
      AFR Memo(Only for IO, PC and VTC)
2.3.5     Use the letterhead, agenda, fax and memo style sheets
When you create a new style sheet a user form will display. Fill in the necessary details.
2.3.5.1    User/Your details
In all the user forms your details will be asked. If you are the creator of a document and your information do
not display when the user form opened, you can:
      Click View Defaults
      Fill in your own information
      Click Save and Exit


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Your details will display in the user form. It is only necessary to fill in this information once. The information
of the user will be used for most of the NWU style sheets. It will be stored on your computer’s hard disk and
you must remember that you will have to enter the information again when you receive a new computer or if
your current computer is setup from scratch.
Next time when you use a NWU Style sheet to create a new document, your information will be visible in the
user form.
If you create a document on behalf of somebody else, you can click the Clear button, type the information of
the other user and create the document. This will not influence your default values.
2.3.5.2    Document title and File Reference
In most of the style sheets a document title and a file reference are part of the user form.
The file reference is a unique numerical identifier for a specific record as indicated in the NWU file plan
available at:
          https://intranet.nwu.ac.za/en/fileplan/nwufileplan/index.html
This reference number is compulsory in terms of the Records Management Policy of the NWU.
2.3.5.3    Complete the user form
After you complete filling in the user form, click OK to finish:
    A Save As dialog box will appear where you can give the document a name.
    Save the document
    Finalise the document
    Save the document.
2.3.6     Automatic updating of document source, date and reference number
The style sheet has the function of saving the details of the originator of the document at the bottom of the
document before the reference number. We call this the document source. It can also create the details of
the last person to save that same document (even if the user has a different name). This is called Update
document source, and is activated by a click of an icon. Click on the Update_DocSource icon            at the
NWU Style Sheets tab, in the NWU Style sheets group to update the document information. Always do it
after you edited a document, and if ONE OF the following points differs from the original details:
(1) Person saving the document
(2) Path where the document is stored.
(3) Name of document
(4) Date saved
The style sheet has the function of saving the file reference at the bottom of the document. Click on the
Change_Insert_RefNo icon       at the NWU Style Sheets tab, in the NWU Style sheets group to change or
add the file reference.
Two sets of specifications and the file reference will appear at the bottom of your document (it is essential
that you do not type or delete where it says “Do not type here” because that will impair the updating
function).
2.3.7     Tables
Using tables inside the style sheet
    Use a table, as you would normally, inside a style sheet. When you are already in the table, you only
    have to click the Adjust_Table icon     at the NWU Style Sheets tab, in the NWU Style sheets group to
    reset the left margin of the table. It will also give some space (6pt) from the top of a cell to the first
    paragraph in the table.
    Table heading: Use the Table_Heading style (Alt+T+H) to create a table caption. This style provides
    enough spacing and it keeps the caption and the table together.
    Caption of a table: Use the Caption_Table_Figure style (Alt+T+F). It makes provision for the correct
    spacing before and after the caption. It also provides enough hanging indentation from the left if the title
    of the caption is more than one line.



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      As soon as you exit the table, use the shortcut Alt+T+P for the style Table_ParagraphAfter to make room
      between the table and the next paragraph.
2.3.8     See Appendix A - Shortcuts to see all the styles available. Most of the styles of the Standard
          documentation are available for the letterhead.

2.4     Front Page
2.4.1     Names of the available front page style sheets:
      ENG A4 FrontPage
      ENG A5 FrontPage
      AFR A4 Voorblad (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
      AFR A5 Voorblad (Only for IO, PC and VTC)
This is basic templates to use for a Front page.
      You can create a new front page by choosing one of the above from the network
      Change the information to adopt your needs and save the document




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2.5     Examination paper
2.5.1    Names of the available examination paper style sheets:
      ENG ExamPaper
      AFR Vraestel (Only for PC and VTC)
2.5.2    Use of the examination paper style sheet
When you create a new examination paper a user form will display.
In this form you can choose between a separate Afrikaans or English examination paper or you can choose
a combined Afrikaans, English examination paper. After you chose a type of examination paper another
user form will display In this form you fill in the details of the examination.
After you click OK on the second user form:
      A Save As dialog box will appear where you can give the examination paper a name. A default name
      will display that consist of "ExamPaper_MODULE CODE"/Vraestel_MODULEKODE where MODULE
      CODE/MODULEKODE is the module code of the examination.
      Save the document
      Type your document.
2.5.3    See Appendix A - Shortcuts to see all the styles available.

2.6     Cover page for an examination paper
2.6.1    Names of the available cover page style sheets:
      ENG CoverPage
      AFR Skutblad (Only for PC and VTC)
2.6.2    Use of the cover page style sheet
When you create a new cover page for an examination paper a user form will display. In this form you will fill
in the details of the examination and your needs for the examination. For example you will fill in how many
examination scripts, etc. are necessary.
After you click OK on the user form:
      A Save As dialog box will appear where you can give the cover page a name. A default name will
      display that consist of "MODULE CODE"/MODULEKODE where MODULE CODE/MODULEKODE is the
      module code of the examination.
      Save the document
      Print the document
2.6.3    Shortcuts
Only the Normal style is available for the cover page style sheet.




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Appendix A - Shortcuts
Most of the shortcuts are available for all the NWU style sheets with exception of the examination paper and
the cover page for the examination paper style sheets.

            Name                                          Description                             Shortcut

 CaptionTop_Tbl_Fig            Capiton for a Table or Figure at the top of the Table        Alt+C+T
                               or Figure. Normal + Bold + Hanging indent 2cm +
                               Keep with next selected

 CaptionBot_Tbl_Fig            Capiton for a Table or Figure at the bottom of the           Alt+C+B
                               Table or Figure. Normal + Bold + Hanging indent
                               2cm

 Citation                      Normal + Italic + Space before(6pt) + Space                  Alt+C+I
                               after(6pt)

 Heading 0                     For the main caption (title) of the document - Font          Ctrl+Alt+0
                               size 14
                               Not available for examination papers.
                                      st
 Heading 1                     For 1 level captions - Font size 12                          Ctrl+Alt+1
                               FOR THE MINUTES, AGENDA, FAX AND MEMO STYLE
                               SHEETS THE KEEP WITH NEXT PARAGRAPH OPTION IS
                               NOT SELECTED. IF YOU WANT THIS OPTION SELECTED
                               FOR MINUTES USE THE A4 STANDARD DOCUMENTATION
                               STYLE SHEET.

                               AVAILABLE FOR EXAMINATION PAPERS IN FONT SIZE 11
                                     2nd
 Heading 2                     For         level captions - Font size 11                    Ctrl+Alt+2
                               FOR THE MINUTES, AGENDA, FAX AND MEMO STYLE
                               SHEETS THE KEEP WITH NEXT PARAGRAPH OPTION IS
                               NOT SELECTED. IF YOU WANT THIS OPTION SELECTED
                               FOR MINUTES USE THE A4 STANDARD DOCUMENTATION
                               STYLE SHEET.

                               AVAILABLE FOR EXAMINATION PAPERS IN FONT SIZE 10
                                      rd       th
 Heading 3-9                   For 3 to 9           level captions - Font size 10           Ctrl+Alt+3 to 9
                               FOR THE MINUTES, AGENDA, FAX AND MEMO STYLE
                               SHEETS THE KEEP WITH NEXT PARAGRAPH OPTION IS
                               NOT SELECTED. IF YOU WANT THIS OPTION SELECTED
                               FOR MINUTES USE THE A4 STANDARD DOCUMENTATION
                               STYLE SHEET.

                               AVAILABLE FOR EXAMINATION PAPERS ONLY UP TO
                               LEVEL 4


 List Bullet - List Bullet 5   Rather use the List Bullet style of the Style sheet          Alt+B+1, Alt+B+2, etc.
                               before using the icon in the Home tab. This style
                               ensures that the first level of the list bullet starts
                               against the left margin.

 List Number -                 This is the normal list number 1., 2., etc. Rather use       Alt+N+1, Alt+N+2, etc.
 List Number 5                 the List Number style of the Style sheet before using
                               the icon in the Home tab. This style ensures that
                               the first level of the list number starts against the left
                               margin.



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 List_ABC 1                                   This level 1 list, number with a) and the list number                   Alt+A+1
                                              starts against the left margin.

 List_ABC 2                                   This level 2 list, number with (a) and the list number                  Alt+A+2
                                              indents from the left margin.

 List_Number_Brackets -                       The standard for NWU is the numbering system with                       Alt+L+1, Alt+L+2, etc.
 List_Number_Brackets 5                       () on both sides: (1), (2), (3), etc. This style ensures
                                              that the first level of the list number starts against
                                              the left margin.

 List Continue -                              This is a unnumbered list paragraph that is part of a                   Alt+C+1,Alt+C+2, etc.
 List Continue 5                              list item with a number, number with brackets or a
                                              bullet list.

 Normal                                       Arial + 10 pt + Justified + Single + Space After(6pt)                   Ctrl+Shift+N

 Normal_Bold                                  Normal + Bold                                                           Alt+N+B

 Normal_Header                                Normal + Bold + Keep with next + Space After(6pt)                       Alt+N+H

 Normal_IndentLeft                            Normal + Left indent 1.27 cm                                            Alt+N+L

 Normal_IndentLeftRight                       Normal + Left indent 1.27cm + Right indent 1.27cm                       Alt+N+R

 Normal_Italic                                Normal + Italic                                                         Alt+N+I

 Par1 - Par9                                  For numbered paragraphs.                            Connects with the   Alt+P+1, Alt+P+2, etc.
                                              numbering of the headings
                                              AVAILABLE FOR EXAMINATION PAPERS ONLY UP TO
                                              LEVEL 4


 Table_heading                                For the caption above a table. Keep with table                          Alt+T+H

 Table_ParagraphAfter                         For the first paragraph just after a table                              Alt+T+P

 EXTRA STYLES ONLY FOR EXAMINATION PAPERS

 Division                                     Normal + Bold + All Caps + Keep with next                               Alt+D

 Instructions                                 Normal + Bold                                                           Alt+I

 TitleExamPaper                               Norma l+ Bold + Underline + Keep with next                              Alt+T+E
Original details: Gerda Schilling(10068570) P:\Stylblaaie\April2010\Documentation\NWU Style sheet guide.doc
14 April 2010




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