Thursday, September 30, 2010

It's a simple question...

Dear Lazyweb,

Somewhere out there, there has to be someone who knows what the "priority" attribute does in a style definition in MS Word 2007/2010:

Google is no help. Word MVPs aren't saying.

Word Help is its usual helpless self:

But someone must know. Bonus points for an answer referencing a source published by Microsoft.

Anyone? Anyone at all?


Anonymous said...

I don't have the relevant program on hand to check, but apparently you can choose various sorting orders for the list in the Styles Task Pane. One option is to sort them by Priority. So you can use this to get your favourite styles together at the top of the list, regardless of their names, I suppose.


vet said...

Wow. It worked! Posting a random question on a random blog really does give a useful reply!

Anon, whoever you are - thank you!

Anonymous said...

You're welcome!

~ Anonymous in Oxfordshire.