Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Making Text Look Artistic
To use the mouse to delete cell lines, follow these steps:
1. Move the cursor into the table you want to modify.
2. Click the Design tab under the Table Tools tab.
3. Click the Eraser icon in the Draw Borders group.
The mouse pointer turns into an eraser icon.
4. Choose one of the following:
• Click a cell border to delete it.
a. Move the mouse pointer near a cell line to delete, hold down the left
mouse button, and drag (move) the mouse to highlight one or more
cell lines.
Word highlights any cell lines you select.
b. Release the left mouse button.
Word deletes the selected cell lines and any data stored in
adjacent cells.
5. Press Esc or double-click the mouse to turn off the Eraser and convert
the mouse pointer back into an I-beam cursor.
Making Text Look Artistic
To spice up the appearance of individual paragraphs, Word lets you add drop
caps, text boxes, or WordArt. Drop caps make the first letter of a paragraph
appear huge. WordArt displays text as graphical images. Text boxes let you
display chunks of text in separate boxes that you can arrange anywhere in
your document.
Creating drop caps
To create a drop cap, follow these steps:
1. Click the Insert tab.
2. Move the cursor anywhere inside the paragraph where you want to
create a drop cap.
3. Click Drop Cap.
The Drop Cap menu appears, as shown in Figure 7-18.
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