Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Additional Text Formats
TIP
If you add a special effect to text and decide you don’t want to use it after all, you
can remove the effect by clicking Clear Formatting in the top-right corner of the Font
group.
Additional Text Formats
In addition to basic formatting, Word provides a number of other text formats that can be
found in the Font dialog box. To access the Font dialog box, click the dialog launcher in the
Font group or press Ctrl+D. Here is a list of additional text effects you’ll find in the dialog
box:
Double Strikethrough
Shadow
Outline
Emboss
Engrave
Small Caps (Ctrl+Shift+K)
All Caps (Ctrl+Shift+A)
Hidden (Ctrl+Shift+H)
Changing Case
Occasionally, you might want to change lowercase text to all caps; all caps to lowercase;
mixed-case text to title case; and so forth. Fortunately, you can perform these potentially
tedious maneuvers without retyping text. In fact, all you need to do is use the Change Case
command on the Home tab. The Change Case command provides the following options:
Sentence case.
lowercase
UPPERCASE
Capitalize Each Word (Title Case)
tOGGLE cASE
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