Add Bookmarks in Word: Overview You can add bookmarks in Word to mark certain text and create a link to it. This lets you use the “Bookmark” dialog box to find the text again, instead of scrolling through the whole document. You can add bookmarks in Word by selecting the text to which to
Add a Drop Cap in Word: Overview You can add a drop cap in Word to the beginning of a chapter or section to enhance its appearance. A drop cap is a large capital letter that, typically, has the depth of two or more lines of normal text.
The Style Inspector Pane in Word: Overview How to Open the Style Inspector Pane in Word to View Text Formatting The Style Inspector pane in Word lets you see which style formatting is applied to a specific character or paragraph. To use the Style Inspector pane in Word to see the formatting applied to
Reveal Formatting in Word: Overview When working with styles in Word, you may need to reveal formatting in Word document text. The “Reveal Formatting” pane lets you reveal formatting in Word documents. This pane lets you see the details of text formatting in Word. You can also use it to compare formatting in Word.
Delete Text in Word: Overview You can easily delete text in Word, including individual characters, words, paragraphs, or all the text in a document. Learning how to delete text in Word is a basic skill you must know to use Word effectively. You need to delete text in Word when you occasionally make mistakes
Remove Styles from Text in Word: Overview There may come a time when you need to remove styles from text in Word after you have applied them. There are a couple of options available to you in Word to perform this action. The first way to remove style formatting is to select the text
Apply Styles in Word: Overview In this lesson, you will learn how to apply styles in Word to document text. You can apply styles in Word by using the “Styles” button group in the “Home” tab of the Ribbon. Alternatively, you can also apply styles to text by using the “Apply Styles” pane in
Select Text in Photoshop Elements: Overview You can select text in Photoshop Elements by choosing the type tool you used to create the text. Then click into the text to select to place it into “Edit” mode. Click and drag over the text to select within the text bounding box or within the lines