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    • Formatting Fonts
    • Formatting Paragraphs
    Formatting a Document
    • Formatting refers to the appearance or presentation.
    • Formatting is layout.
    • Formatting also have to consider the fonts that you use and page numbering.
    Formatting
    • Pressing the shortcut keys
    • By choosing the Font command from the Format Menu
    • Clicking the desired button on the Formatting Toolbar
    • Clicking the Mouse button.
    • Select the text you want to format
    • Use Ctrl + Shift + F
    • The font style in the Formatting toolbar will highlighted
    • Use arrow keys to select the font style you want.
    • From the Menu Bar, Select Format
    • Click Font
    • Select the appropriate font style, font size, and font color.
    • Select Ok to apply the selected style.
    • Select the text you want to format
    • Just click the button under formatting Toolbars:
  • Clicking Mouse
    • Changing Font Style
    • Changing Font Color
    • Changing Font Size
    • Boldface
    • Italic
    • Underlined
    Task B A C
    • Once the characters have been formatted as per your desire, you can adjust the spacing between the lines according to your requirement.
    • Click on Format and select Paragraph option from the menu bar.
    Line Spacing
    • You can select Single or Double line spacing as per requirement. A sample text of different line spacing is given below
    • Single Line Spacing
    • Double Line Spacing
    Ctrl + 1 Ctrl + 2
  • By default, Ms-Word aligns all the text as left aligned. However, you can make the text aligned at right or centre aligned also. ALIGNMENT Left-aligning Text First select the paragraph you want to align and then click on the Left Align Tool from the Formatting toolbar as shown below.
  • Left-aligning Text
    • You can also select the Format from the menu bar and then select the paragraph option. From the Alignment drop-down line you can choose the Left option to get the desired effect of left-justified paragraph.
    • You can use the Keyboard shortcut key.
  • Right-aligning Text
    • First select the paragraph you want to align and then click on the Right Align Tool from the Formatting toolbar as shown below.
    • You can also select the Format from the menu bar and then select the paragraph option. From the Alignment drop-down line you can choose the Right option to get the desired effect of right-justified paragraph .
    • Can use Shortcut key
  • Centre-aligning Text
    • First select the paragraph you want to align and then click on the Centre Align Tool from the Formatting toolbar as shown below.
    • You can also select the Format from the menu bar and then select the paragraph option. From the Alignment drop-down line you can choose the Centre option to get the desired effect of right-justified paragraph.
    • Use shortcut key.
  • Justification
    • After aligning the text, you may like to justify the whole paragraph. For justifying the text, select the paragraph of the text and click the Justification Tool from the Formatting toolbar as shown below