Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Removing Formatting from Text
Figure 6-16:
Templates
let you
create a new
document
based on
the
formatting of an
existing file.
Removing Formatting from Text
After you format text, you can always remove that formatting. The simplest
way to do this is to apply the same formatting you want to remove. For
example, if you underline text, you can remove the underlining by highlighting all
the underlined text and choosing the underline command (by pressing Ctrl+U
or by clicking the Underline icon).
If you want to remove multiple formatting from text, you could remove
each formatting style one by one, but it’s much easier just to use the Clear
Formatting command instead, which removes all formatting on text no matter
how much formatting there may be.
To use the Clear Formatting command, follow these steps:
1. Click the Home tab.
2. Select the text that contains the formatting you want to remove.
3. Click the Clear Formatting icon, as shown in Figure 6-17.
Word removes all formatting from your selected text.
 
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