Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Formatting via the Font dialog box
FIGURE 5.11
The Do not check spelling or grammar setting can be useful for technical writers. Detect
language automatically can cause problems for chronically bad spellers.
Shows the language applied to selected text; click to open the Language dialog box
To set the default for all documents based on the current template, choose the desired
language as well as the desired settings for the last two options, and then click Set As
Default. Confi rm the settings by clicking Yes. Note that even though the confi rmation box
doesn’t mention the latter two settings, they are included in the changes made to the
underlying template.
Formatting via the Font dialog box
The Font tab of the Font dialog box, shown in Figure 5.12, can be a useful tool when you’re
applying multiple character format changes at the same time. Note, however, that the
Font dialog box and the Font group on the ribbon do not provide identical capabilities.
The Font dialog doesn’t provide a full Live Preview and instead has a smaller preview area.
On the other hand, it offers settings not available in the Font group, such as Underline
color, Double strikethrough, Small caps, All caps, and Hidden. It also enables you to access
detailed Text Effects settings.
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