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MS WOrd Class Lecture # 4 By Shadab
Formatting Toolbar and Text Formatting in Word 2003
The formatting toolbar is a toolbar that contains icons on it as shown below. Each of the icons has a specific purpose that can change the outlook of your document text when you apply to it.
The formatting toolbar is designed to apply many effects of text. Here is the list of icons and it function:
To change the font used by selected text
Select the text that you wish to apply a different font to. This can be any amount of text in the document from the single character, a word, a sentence, a paragraph, or the entire document.
From the Format menu, click Font.
From the Font dialog box, change from the following option
When finish, click on the OK button or press Enter.
To highlight pre-selected text
Select the text you wish to highlight.
Click on the Highlight icon on the Formatting toolbar and the selected text will be displayed with a yellow box around it.
To remove highlighting from text
Select the text that the highlighting is to be removed from.
Click on the Highlight icon on the Formatting toolbar.
To change the color used for highlighting
Click on the down arrow to the right of the Highlight icon on the Formatting toolbar. This will display a range of colors that you can select from. Once you have selected an alternative this will become the default highlight color, until you select a different color.
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