How To Use Font Formatting Basics In Word For Mac


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Font formatting basics

Microsoft Word offers a wide range of text formatting options that you can use to make your documents more interesting and readable. The most basic is font or character formatting. Character formatting applies to individual characters of text. Basic examples include Bold, Italic, Underline, and Font Color, but there are a lot more. Let's take a look at some examples. Now I've created this document that has some examples in it and I will just go through it and discuss what each one is.

The first example here on the top is the font. A font is the typeface used to display characters and I am showing three different examples here. I've got Cambria, Bankgothic, and Papyrus, and you could see that each one looks very different. Font style is the appearance of font characters. By default you'll probably use Regular or Roman. Roman and Regular are pretty much used interchangeably, but you might also use Italic, Bold and Bold Italic. Size is the size of characters expressed in points.

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Font formatting basics
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Font formatting basics provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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