How to use headings

Using a good heading structure helps people without eyesight to understand how the document is organised. Making text larger and bold does not make it a heading.

Headings should form an outline, using the Heading 1 style for the main document headings (sections), and Heading 2 for sub-headings in a section. If there are additional levels of headings within the document’s outline, using Heading 3, Heading 4,etc.

In the corporate templates

Styles ribbon in Word

Use the styles ribbon by positioning your cursor in the title or paragraph you wish to change.

Or select the text you wish to change and click on the style you require from the Styles ribbon.

If you can’t see all the styles, click on the small icon at the lower-right corner of the styles ribbon to open all styles in list view  or click the down arrow to the right side of the styles ribbon to see more style options.