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Monday, January 18, 2016

Removing Highlight From Part or All Text In Microsoft Word 2007 Document

The importance of the highlight color command of microsoft word 2007 cannot be over exaggerated especially when you wish to draw a reader's attention to a text portion of the document.

But not withstanding the uniqueness of this command, there will definitely be a time where you will no longer wish to apply the command to the text you have already highlighted. When that happen, what can you do to reverse the command?

Many will probably decide to use the undo (ctrl+z) tool to reverse the action. But in some case, especially when a document with highlighted text have been closed and re-opened, you will realize that the undo tool is not the best option. So what is a better option? It is outline below.

  1. Select the highlighted text, or if you wish to remove it from all the document then you can press 'ctrl+A' to select all the text in the document.
  2. Next click on the arrow facing down next to the text highlight color command icon which is found among the 'font' group in the home tab ribbon.
  3. Click on 'No Color"

Note: This steps was tested with microsoft word 2007 for window operating system/computer.



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