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The answer to my question may be very simple, but I can't seem to find it myself with online searches

I have symbology and text/label styles (etc) that I've saved for easy access when I'm working on a Map. This is mostly for reasons of consistency. If I wanted to delete one, how would I go about accomplishing this?

EXAMPLE (see image below): Highlighted in yellow, are duplicate label styles I saved at some point. I want to do some house cleaning. How do I delete one of them (for dummies please)?

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In ArcMap, Go to the Customize menu, click Style Manager. You will see a style on the left called "Dano". Under that, any categories which contain custom symbols, labels, etc. you've made will appear as a yellow folder. Click the one you're concerned with and you'll see your custom symbols on the right. Right-click to delete any you don't want.

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If your "Dano" style doesn't appear in the style manager, you can turn it on using the "Styles..." button.

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Thank you "VERY" much Dan C. I was already in the process of doing exactly what you've suggested about 1/2 hour ago (based on what I was reading on the ESRI site). The window on the right (in the image you posted) was not showing up when style manager opened at my end - couldn't see the objects at all. I just had to make the window wider and adjust the right pane so the objects were visible to me. I could not figure out why what I was seeing did not match what they were showing on the ESRI site. Many thanks!!! I knew it was something simple I was overlooking. –  Dano Apr 15 at 16:27

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