Text Formatting in Word Combined

Text Formatting in Word Combined let you get familiar with combining various text formatting features available in MS Word.

For example, you may highlight a phrase into a bold, italic and underlined text. Any combination of text formatting can be applied either to the entire MS Word document or selectively.

Applying the same principles as outlined in the earlier topics on text formatting, let me give you a few examples.

Given below are examples with various Text Formatting in Word Combined giving you the ability to present a professional document to your audience.

  1. This text represents: Font: VERDANA; Font Size: 10 points; some of the phrases bold and underlined

  2. This text represents: Font: VERDANA; Font Size: 12 points; some of the phrases bold and underlined

  3. This text represents: Font: ARIAL; Font Size: 14 points; some of the phrases bold, italicized and underlined

  4. Text Formatting in Word Combined - Various Formatting Commands Used

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You have unlimited permutations and combinations in text formatting in Microsoft Office. Your imagination is the limit.

We have now gone through all the basic text formatting features of Microsoft Word. We will cover more advanced text formatting features in the subsequent levels.

Please let me know if you have any doubts or require any clarifications. We will both strive to get you on track.

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