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Text Highlight Color

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tatiana malagon

on 24 October 2013

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Transcript of Text Highlight Color

Text Highlight Color
START THE HIGHLIGHTED

1. In the Font group on the Home tab, click the arrow next to Text Highlight Color.

2. Click the color you want.

NOTE: Use a light highlight color if you plan to print the document to a monochrome or dot-matrix printer.

3. Select the text or graphic you want to highlight.

4. To stop highlighting, click the arrow next to Text Highlight Color  Image Stop button and then highlight or press ESC.


REMOVE THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE WHOLE DOCUMENT OR PART THEREOF

1. Select the text you want to remove highlighting or press CTRL + E to select all text in the document.

2. In the Font group on the Home tab, click the arrow next to Text Highlight Color.

3.Click No color.
How to apply the highlighting?

Use the Highlight tool to mark and find important text document. Highlighted parts of a document are easier to see when the document is displayed on screen.







QUICKLY SEARCH THE HIGHLIGHTED TEXT

1. In the Editing group on the Home tab, click Find.

2. If you do not see the Format button, click More.

3.Click Format, and then click Highlight.

4. Click on Find Next.

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