In this video tutorial I explain how to create a new style and add it to the quick style gallery. This is especially useful if you take inline notes in your paper or dissertation (by inline notes I mean, for example; “double-check this citation,” “find the quote from Clines,” etc.). If you use a pre-defined style for your notes and use it consistently in the document, then it’s easy to find out if you’ve eliminated all the notes before printing a final copy and to quickly browse the document from note to note (future tutorial). Also, in another future tutorial, I will show you how to rearrange the order of the styles as they appear in the quick style gallery.
For access to all information about the template see the central Dissertation Template post.