Learn how to copy formatting from both text and images in a Word document using the Format Painter, and apply the copied formatting to other text or images.
- [Instructor] In this week's work tip,…we're going to spend some time…with one of my favorite time saving features,…the Format Painter.…A lot of people have used the Format Painter…to copy formatting from text to apply to other texts,…but it can also be used with images.…That's what we're going to do with this file,…Best of Landon Hotel Guide 022.…You'll find it in your exercise files,…but you can practice with any file you'd like.…Let's start by going down to page two,…and using the Format Painter the way…many people already use it.…Let's check out the paragraph here,…the third paragraph under See and be seen in the West End.…
You can see it looks different than the rest.…And you may like that better than the rest,…or you may want to make this look like the rest.…Either way, you can use the Format Painter to do it quickly.…Let's say we want it to look like the rest of the text.…If we click inside this third paragraph,…and look at the Home tab of the ribbon,…checking at the font section,…you can see it's the Calibri font and it's 12 points.…
Skill Level Intermediate
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