Using the Font dialog


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Using the Font dialog

Another way to format font characters is with the Font dialog. Just select the text you want to format, open the Font dialog, make the formatting selections you want, and click OK. Let's take a look. We are going to start by selecting the first line of the document, which we want format as the title. Rather than apply individual changes using the Ribbon, we'll open the Font dialog and apply a bunch of changes at once. So pull down the Format menu, choose Font, or you could press Command+D. Now as you can see, most of the options available in the Font section of the Ribbon are listed here.

We've got Font, Font style, Size, Font color, Underline style and even a few of the effects. But there are a few other options. For example if you apply an underline, you can also select the underline color. So, for example if I go with the double underline here, I could pick an underline color, maybe this dark color red. There are also a few other effects options including Double strikethro...

Using the Font dialog
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Using the Font dialog 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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Business
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Word for Mac
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