Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Applying Paragraph Formatting
Additional text formatting options are available in the Font dialog box, which you can open
by clicking the Font dialog box launcher (the arrow in the lower right corner of the Font
group on the Home tab) or by pressing its keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Shift+F.
Not surprisingly, Word offers the most options for text formatting. For information about
the advanced, Word-only features (such as ligatures and other features of OpenType
typography), see “Applying Advanced Text-Formatting Capabilities” on page 307.
Applying Paragraph Formatting
To apply formats that control layout, such as alignment (left aligned, centered, indented,
and so on) or line spacing, you use options in the Paragraph group on the Home tab.
(Comparable functions are found in the Alignment group on the Home tab in Excel and in
the Basic Text group in OneNote.) Commands for rotating text and for setting up bulleted
lists or numbered lists are here too.
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