How to Use Format Painter in MS-Office Word
Format Painter Copies formatting from one text and applying it to another. In other meaningful words, copy the text formatting such as any combination of bold, italic, underline, text color, text size, etc. and apply it to another text to make it as the same as the copied one.
The Format Painter brush icon appears on the Home tab in the Clipboard group as shown in the picture below.
1. To Copy Formatting from the Selected Text, select the text you want to copy, and then press CTRL + SHIFT + C.
2. To Apply the Text Formatting, select the text you want to format, and then press the CTRL + SHIFT + V.
Format Painter in MS-Word
Video Tutorial below on Format Painter in MS-Office Word
What is Text/Font Formatting in MS-Word?
Formatting content intends to make the content striking, italic, underline, textual style, size, shading, a portion of these or these for changing the vibe of the title, caption, heading, subheading, and other content styles in a word archive..Read More>>
Follow the steps below in using the Format Painter:
Enter the text you want to format.
Select one of the text that you have entered.
Afterwards apply some of the Font Formatting you want to the selected text like bold, italic, underline, color, size, etc.
Then double-click on the Format Painter which you can see in the Clipboard group, on the Home tab.
Now Apply the formatting to some other text wherever you want by selecting them (other than you have formatted the content earlier). Or otherwise, watch the video tutorial above on Format Painter.
Font Formatting in Microsoft Word: Text Formatting intends to make the chose content Bold, Italic, Underline and changing the Font Style, Size, Color and a portion of these or these for changing the vibe of the title, caption, heading, subheading, and other content styles in a word record. Read More>>
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