Microsoft are introducing Designer in Word for the web, a feature which offers formatting consistency and style variety for every document.
This will start rolling out at the beginning of November.
How will this help me?
Designer helps you create documents with a consistent look-and-feel. It provides a variety of themes to help you create documents that better communicate your ideas visually.
How do I access it?
Simply open a document in Word for the web and then select Home > Designer.
Designer also detects formatting inconsistencies. You can apply formatting fixes by clicking on a button at the top of the pane or allow formatting fixes to be applied automatically when selecting a theme.
In addition, Designer will improve Word document accessibility by using semantic styles (e.g. title and headings), and will eventually make additional suggestions as well.
We’re really excited about this new feature – will you start using it once it’s available?