Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Here’s a quick review of the types of formatting changes you can make:
Font, size, and color Hundreds of fonts in a range of sizes and in a virtually
unlimited selection of colors
Font style Regular, bold, italic, or bold italic
Underline style and color Plain, multiple, dotted, dashed, wavy, and many
combinations thereof, in all colors
Effects Highlight, strikethrough, superscript, subscript, shadow, outline, emboss,
engrave, small caps, all caps, or hidden
Character spacing Scale, spacing, position, and kerning
Paragraph attributes Alignment, indentation, and spacing
Character and paragraph styles Titles, headings, and purpose-specific font
formatting (such as for quotes and book titles)
TIP The available formatting and effects might vary based on the currently selected font.
In a message composition window, the local formatting commands are available both from
the Message tab and from the Format Text tab. The formatting commands are available
only when the cursor is in the content pane. When the cursor is in the message header (for
example, in the To or Subject field), the formatting commands are grayed out.
Configuring message signature preferences
When you send an email message to someone, you will most likely “sign” the message by
entering your name at the end of the message text. You can have Outlook insert your
signature text in outgoing messages by creating an email signature and assigning it to your
email account. Your email signature can include additional information that you want to
consistently provide to message recipients.
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