Text Formatting in Word Italic

This topic in Microsoft Word Tutorial will make you familiar with Text Formatting in Word Italic.

Just like the previous text formatting topics, this can also be achieved in two ways. One method is to do the text formatting while we are typing the word, phrase or paragraph that we wish to italicize. Second method is to do the formatting after we have finished typing the word, phrase or paragraph through text block.

In the first method, press this Text Formatting in Word Italic icon found in the Formatting Toolbar to activate Italics before starting to type the word, phrase or paragraph and again press the same icon after completing the word, phrase or paragraph that needs to be italicized.

The second method is useful when you want to do the formatting (Italics, in this topic) after the word, phrase or paragraph has already been typed. In this case, you will have to create a block of the word, phrase or paragraph and press this Text Formatting in Word Italic icon. You can refer to the topic Cut Copy Paste Delete in Word for creating a block of text.

Given below are examples of a paragraph that is normal (without any Italics), a paragraph that is fully Italicized and a paragraph that has a few of the words or phrases Italicized.

Text Formatting in Word Italic (Normal Text)

Delta, the second-busiest airline in the United States, canceled its Sunday flights at Boston's Logan International Airport, New York's LaGuardia Airport and Newark-Liberty International Airport in New Jersey and T.F. Green International Airport outside Providence, Rhode Island. The airline also suspended Delta Shuttle operations between New York, Boston and Washington, spokeswoman Gina Laughlin said on Saturday night. She encouraged customers to change flights and check updated flight information on the company's Web site. The airline was offering only limited service at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and airports in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Hartford, Connecticut, she said.

Text Formatting in Word Italic (Italicized Paragraph)

Delta, the second-busiest airline in the United States, canceled its Sunday flights at Boston's Logan International Airport, New York's LaGuardia Airport and Newark-Liberty International Airport in New Jersey and T.F. Green International Airport outside Providence, Rhode Island. The airline also suspended Delta Shuttle operations between New York, Boston and Washington, spokeswoman Gina Laughlin said on Saturday night. She encouraged customers to change flights and check updated flight information on the company's Web site. The airline was offering only limited service at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and airports in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Hartford, Connecticut, she said. This paragraph shows text formatting in word italic by italicizing the entire paragraph. This paragraph uses text formatting in word italic for the entire paragraph.

Text Formatting in Word Italic (Italicized Words and Phrases shown in Blue)

Delta, the second-busiest airline in the United States, canceled its Sunday flights at Boston's Logan International Airport, New York's LaGuardia Airport and Newark-Liberty International Airport in New Jersey and T.F. Green International Airport outside Providence, Rhode Island. The airline also suspended Delta Shuttle operations between New York, Boston and Washington, spokeswoman Gina Laughlin said on Saturday night. She encouraged customers to change flights and check updated flight information on the company's Web site. The airline was offering only limited service at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and airports in Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Hartford, Connecticut, she said. This paragraph shows text formatting in word italic by italicizing a few words and phrases. This paragraph uses text formatting in word italic for a few words and phrases.

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