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In Microsoft Word, you can display the style names used in a document as a view option only. There is no built-in feature that inserts the style name of each paragraph next to that paragraph and prints out the information.
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(http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=fh;EN-US;CNTACTMS)This sample macro inserts the applied paragraph style name at the beginning of each paragraph in the document. The document can then be printed for reference purposes.
NOTE: This macro will change the text in your document. Therefore, you should run it on a backup copy of your document (rename the document and run the macro in the renamed document).
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