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Working with Text Microsoft Office 2013

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Adding text in an Office application is easy; just start typing. If the default text formatting doesn't suit your needs, however, Office also offers numerous text formatting and customization options. This chapter explains the text-formatting options that are common to all Office 2013 applications.

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The Home tab in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel is “home” to a solid collection of text-formatting tools, giving you the option to select a font style and size, change text color, or apply bold, italic, and underlining to your text.

You can also align text, use WordArt to create sophisticated text objects, search for and replace text, and use the Font dialog box for more advanced formatting.

Finally, you can fix any spelling errors by performing a spell check—which you need to do on every Office document.


Formatting Text on the Home Tab (Word)

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