New Style method One:
Step one: Start Word, create a new document, or open the document you want to edit.
Step two: If there are no tables in the document, you can insert the table like this: On the Insert tab, click Table, and then create a new table. (You can refer to the small written "Word2013 How to insert a table").
Step three: Select the table, and then on the Design tab, set the style, border, and so on for the table.
Step four: Set the table as shown in the following figure.
Step Five: Save the Custom table: Select the table, then on the Insert tab, click Table, select Quick Table from the pop-up menu, and then select Save the selection to the Quick Table library.
Step Six: Open the new Building Block dialog box, set (or leave the default), and click OK.
Step Seven: When we need to insert the type of table, you can do this: on the Insert tab, click Table, select Quick Table in the pop-up menu, and then select the style of the table, for example, select the table you just customized.
New Style Method Two:
Step one: Open the Word2013 document window and select the paragraph or text that you want to apply the style to. Click the Style button in the Styles group in the start Ribbon, as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1 Click the Display Style Window button
Step two: In the Open Style task pane, click the Options button, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2 Click the Options button
Step three: Open the Style Pane Options dialog box, select the All Styles option in the Choose what you want to display Drop-down list, and click the OK button, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3 The Style Pane Options dialog box
Step four: Return to the Styles pane to see all the styles already displayed. Select the Show preview check box to display a preview of all styles, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4 Selecting the Show preview check box
Step five: Select the style you want to apply to the list of all styles, and then apply the style to the selected text block or paragraph, as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5 Selecting the style you want to apply