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About Linked Styles
In Microsoft Word, linked styles contain both a paragraph style and character style type. For example, all default heading styles, such as Heading 1 and Heading 2 , are linked styles.
The Acrolinx Plug-in for Microsoft Word handles linked styles differently from other styles. If you filter text based on linked styles, make sure that you understand these differences.
Linked Styles in Word 2007
In Word 2007, the plug-in can only filter on a linked style which is applied to a paragraph .
To check whether a style is linked, open the Modify Style window and view the Style type property. The Style type property is set to Linked (paragraph and character) .