Apply Basic Formatting to Your Text in Word 2010


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Applying basic formatting

Font Effects like Bold, Italics, Underlined, and Strikeout are used to draw your reader's attention to particular words or phrases in your document, or to denote that some words or phrases are going to be removed, or inserted into a document. All of these effects can be applied in Word 2010 with just one or two clicks. All of the commands for Font Effects are shown in the Font group of the Home tab of the ribbon. In order to apply formatting, I'll first need to select the text that I want to format.

If the text doesn't exist already, for example, if I want to type at the top of my document some text that isn't here already, I can simply click Bold and with Bold on, I can Type New Information, and then turn Bold back off. Or if this text had already been entered, I can select it, and then click Bold to bold the text. For text that exists already, you can select using any of the methods we've talked about previously. You can select lines or paragraphs, or the entire d...

Applying basic formatting
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Applying basic formatting provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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