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Microsoft word 2007 default styles for heading 1, heading 2, heading 3 are in a nice blue color which looks great on the screen but when I print the document it comes out not so nice because my printer tries to dither the colored heading I have a black and white laser. Is there some way to tell word to make the default style headings be black for printing purposes but stay colored for screen usage.

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To change the fonts that appear in blue in Word 2007/10 do the following: Home Ribbon - Styles group - change styles - Style set - then place a tick against Default Black and White. The blue fonts will not show as black.

To make this permanent you can change the blank/normal template by following the above.

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