Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Changing Text Color
You can display or hide text highlighting (but not the highlighted text itself) on the
screen and in the printed document without permanently removing the highlighting.
Click File to display Backstage view, and then click Options. In the Display section, clear
the Show Highlighter Marks check box (the option is selected by default) and then
click OK.
Changing Text Color
Applying color gives you another way to customize the look of your text. For example, you
might choose the font color for your document headings so that they match a specific
color in your company logo. Or you might add color to text when you’re creating a
brochure, a newsletter, or any other document in which you want a specific headline or
product name to stand out. Here’s the quickest way to apply color to your document text:
1. Select the text you want to color. Alternatively, position your cursor where you want
the text color to begin when you type.
2. Click the Font Color arrow in the Font group on the Home tab.
3. Select a color from the color palette, as shown in Figure 7-11.
Figure 7-11 Use the color palette to specify the color you want to apply to selected text.
After you’ve applied color to some text, the Font Color button retains that color setting for
the rest of your current session (or until you select another color in the color palette). The
color under the A on the Font Color button reflects the most recently selected color. You
can select other text and simply click the Font Color button to apply the same color to the
text; you don’t have to repeatedly select the same color in the color palette each time you
want to apply the color. By default, the Font Color button is set to Automatic (which
generally equates to black).
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