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Chapter 5. Formatting a Document with Word > Formatting Text for Emphasis

Formatting Text for Emphasis

You'll often want to format, or change the style of, certain words or phrases to add emphasis to parts of a document. Boldface, italics, underlines, highlights, and other text effects are toggle switches, which you simply click to turn on and off. For special emphasis you can combine formats, such as bold and italics. Using one font—a collection of characters, numbers, and symbols in the same letter design—for headings and another for main text adds a professional look to your document. You can also apply formatting effects to text, such as Strikethrough, Double Strikethrough, Superscript, Subscript, Shadow, Outline, Emboss, Engrave, Small Caps, All Caps, and Hidden.


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