Most of the time when I create a new document I want to set the Title
style on the first line/paragraph. So, I go to the little dropdown box
at the top on the left, where "common" styles are selected (what I'm
calling the "default style selection list - for lack of a better known
alternative") and Title is not there. So, I click on "more...". This
brings up the Styles & Formatting dialog with 20 (Paragraph) styles
listed. None of them are Title.
From there, I have a choice, I can click on the drop down menu at the
bottom of that dialog followed by clicking on "hierarchical", head down
to Headings and choose Title underneath.
My other option is to click on one of the icons at the top of the Styles
& Formatting dialog and then click back to the Paragraph icon, at which
point it displays an extended list of styles, perhaps 100... and if I
scroll down that list nearly to the bottom Title is listed and I can
Once I select Title it gets added to the first dropdown box I mentioned
(top left) and from then on for the life of that session I can select
Title from that drop down box.
Whenever I open a new document, I have to start that process all over
again. Considering that I pretty much always use Title, I'd like to
know if there's a way to make it stay in that dropdown box between
sessions (i.e. forever).
Thank you in advance.
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