Formatting text


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Formatting text

Now let's take a look at how to format text you have entered into a word processor. By formatting I am referring to the task of changing the appearance of paragraphs, sentences, words or even individual letters in your word processing document. For this exercise, I have copied the file 08_02 Current Policy to my desktop and I am going to open it in Microsoft Word. If you don't have Word and want to follow along, you can use WordPad, which again is a free basic word processor. It's found by clicking Start > All Programs > Accessories and WordPad. Optionally, you should also be able to right-click on the document and choose Open with, and select WordPad that way.

I am going to open it with Word. So when it comes to formatting text, all word processors follow the universal rule that the item you want to format must be selected in order to be changed. Selecting text usually means taking your mouse cursor, clicking down on the button and dragging across the text you want to fo...

Formatting text
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Formatting text provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Computer Literacy for Windows 7

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Business
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