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    <h2 style="text-align: center;"><strong>Introduction</strong></h2>PowerPoint is a <strong>presentation program </strong>that allows you to create dynamic slide presentations. These presentations can include animation, narration, images, videos, and much more. In this lesson, you'll learn your way around the PowerPoint environment, including the <strong>Ribbon</strong>, <strong>Quick Access Toolbar</strong>, and <strong>Backstage view</strong>.

Watch the video below to learn more about getting started with PowerPoint.

About this tutorial

The procedures in this tutorial will work for all recent versions of Microsoft PowerPoint, including PowerPoint 2019PowerPoint 2016, and Office 365. There may be some slight differences, but for the most part these versions are similar. However, if you’re using an earlier version, you may want to refer to one of our other PowerPoint tutorials instead.

♦ The PowerPoint interface

When you open PowerPoint for the first time, the Start Screen will appear. From here, you’ll be able to create a new presentation, choose a template, and access your recently edited presentations. From the Start Screen, locate and select Blank Presentation to access the PowerPoint interface. 

 

Creating a blank presentation

 

Click the buttons in the interactive below to become familiar with the PowerPoint interface.

 

the PowerPoint interface

 

Working with the PowerPoint environment

The Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar are where you will find the commands to perform common tasks in PowerPoint. Backstage view gives you various options for saving, opening a file, printing, and sharing your document.

The Ribbon

PowerPoint uses a tabbed Ribbon system instead of traditional menus. The Ribbon contains multiple tabs, each with several groups of commands. For example, the Font group on the Home tab contains commands for formatting text in your document.

 

Groups on the Ribbon

 

Some groups also have a small arrow in the bottom-right corner that you can click for even more options.

 

More options in groups

 

Showing and hiding the Ribbon

The Ribbon is designed to respond to your current task, but you can choose to minimize it if you find that it takes up too much screen space. Click the Ribbon Display Options arrow in the upper-right corner of the Ribbon to display the drop-down menu.

 

Ribbon Display Options 

  • Auto-hide Ribbon: Auto-hide displays your workbook in full-screen mode and completely hides the Ribbon. To show the Ribbon, click the Expand Ribbon command at the top of screen.
  • Show Tabs: This option hides all command groups when they’re not in use, but tabs will remain visible. To show the Ribbon, simply click a tab.
  • Show Tabs and Commands: This option maximizes the Ribbon. All of the tabs and commands will be visible. This option is selected by default when you open PowerPoint for the first time.

Using the Tell me feature

If you’re having trouble finding a command you want, the Tell Me feature can help. It works just like a regular search bar: Type what you’re looking for, and a list of options will appear. You can then use the command directly from the menu without having to find it on the Ribbon. 

 

Using the Tell me feature

The Quick Access Toolbar

Located just above the Ribbon, the Quick Access Toolbar lets you access common commands no matter which tab is selected. By default, it includes the SaveUndoRedo, and Start From Beginning commands. You can add other commands depending on your preference.

To add commands to the Quick Access Toolbar:

    1. Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the Quick Access Toolbar.Locating the Customize Quick Access Toolbar dropdown arrow 
    2. Select the command you want to add from the drop-down menu. To choose from more commands, select More Commands

 

  1. Adding a command to the Quick Access toolbar
  2. The command will be added to the Quick Access Toolbar.

 

The command added to the Quick Access toolbar

 

The Ruler, guides, and gridlines

PowerPoint includes several tools to help organize and arrange content on your slides, including the Rulerguides, and gridlines. These tools make it easier to align objects on your slides. Simply click the checkboxes in the Show group on the View tab to show and hide these tools.

 

The Ruler, Guidelines, and Grids

 

Zoom and other view options

PowerPoint has a variety of viewing options that change how your presentation is displayed. You can choose to view your presentation in Normal view, Slide Sorter view, Reading view, or Slide Show view. You can also zoom in and out to make your presentation easier to read.

Switching slide views

Switching between slide views is easy. Just locate and select the desired slide view command in the bottom-right corner of the PowerPoint window.

 

Slide View commands

 

To learn more about slide views, review our lesson on Managing Slides.

Zooming in and out

To zoom in or out, click and drag the zoom control slider in the bottom-right corner of the PowerPoint window. You can also select the + or  commands to zoom in or out by smaller increments. The number next to the slider displays the current zoom percentage, also called the zoom level

 

The Zoom control slider

Backstage view

Backstage view gives you various options for saving, opening, printing, and sharing your presentations. To access Backstage view, click the File tab on the Ribbon.

Clicking the File tab

Click the buttons in the interactive below to learn more about using Backstage view.

Backstage view interface 

You can review our lesson on Understanding OneDrive to learn more about using OneDrive.

Challenge!

  1. Open PowerPoint and create a blank presentation.
  2. Change the Ribbon Display Options to Show Tabs.
  3. Click the drop-down arrow next to the Quick Access Toolbar and add NewQuick Print, and Spelling.
  4. In the Tell me bar, type Shape and press Enter.
  5. Choose a shape from the menu, then double-click somewhere on your slide.
  6. Show the Ruler if it is not already visible.
  7. Zoom the presentation to 120%.
  8. When you’re finished, your presentation should look something like this:  

 Getting Started Challenge  

  1. Change the Ribbon Display Options back to Show Tabs and Commands.

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How to Pick the Best Video Editing Software

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How to Pick the Best Video Editing Software

Arvind Sen|May 27, 2021Sometimes you want to channel Scorsese, and other times you just need to edit a quick birthday video. Finding the best video editing software takes examining your budget, skill level, and the time you are willing to invest to become adept using it.

For some projects, you’ll want the best free video editing software, while others demand Blender, Adobe, or video tools geared specifically for YouTube or Facebook. Whatever your skill set is behind the camera, use our guide to find the top video editing software on the web.

Best video editing software for beginners

Do you just need to snap together something fast, with music and a few fades or cuts? You don’t need a huge time investment or to spend a lot doing video on your phone or for bits on Facebook and Twitter. You’ll cut, paste, and slo-mo to your heart’s content with these best low-cost and free video editing software options. Many of these programs start out with budget-boosting beginner versions, then let you grow into them as your skills improve.

1. HitFilm Express – best free video editing software

For the best of both worlds, HitFilm Express offers a mind-blowingly robust beginner platform for free, then lets you scale up to a full-featured paid version as needed. This is an all-around solid choice if you “just need to slap something together,” but you don’t want to be hamstrung later if your skills go Kubrick-level. This forever-free video editing software gets sky-high reviews from hundreds of professional reviewers and users alike. It’s stable, professional-grade, and offers 410+ effects, unlimited tracks and transitions, a built-in voice recorder, and full 2D and 3D compositing. Additional features:

  • Training mode for beginners
  • Personalizable interface
  • Threaded rendering for fast work
  • Masking and matting
  • Professional video formats
  • Animation tools

2. Adobe Premiere Elements – best paid video editing software for Windows beginners

Adobe Premiere has been the gold standard for video editors for decades. The Adobe Premiere Elements version is its light offering for beginners. It’s easy to learn, simple to use, and manages to pack in most of the special effects and tricks of the full-featured version.

You’ll pay less than $100 for this powerful piece of video editing software for Windows and Mac, but it’s a one-time buyout payment and not a subscription. Its new AI capability with Adobe Sensei technology learns your workflows to zap repetition, and lets you apply effects to selected portions of your videos, see them work in real-time, and clean up graininess or other issues with your masterpieces.

Additional features:

  • Motion titles
  • Automatically remix music to perfectly match movie length
  • Automatic editing that you can adjust to fit your tastes
  • Quick-edit mode for super-fast edits
  • Extract great photos easily
  • Learning mode
  • Dozens of fun, high-tech features

Video Editing On Monitor

Video Editing On Monitor

3. CyberLink PowerDirector 365 – best YouTube video editing software

If you want great video editing software with a low-cost subscription that updates to get better as you learn, check out CyberLink PowerDirector 365. Why pay a subscription when you could buy other options outright? Because the development team behind PowerDirector is always working on new, fun, and useful features. It’s easy to use, gets stratospheric review scores, and comes packed with tools like dynamic keyframes, easy animation, motion tracking, and Hollywood-style green screen editing. Additional features:

  • Easy to use
  • Image correction
  • 4K preview
  • Instant color matching
  • Customizable motion graphic titles

4. Corel VideoStudio Pro – good video editing software for beginners

If you don’t like the free, beginner, and Adobe video editing software options above, Corel VideoStudio Pro is a strong runner-up. Its ratings from users and professional reviewers aren’t quite as high as our other picks, but it’s loaded with features, including 4K and 360-degree video editing, custom split screens, and image stabilization. It costs about the same as Adobe Premiere Elements and has a quick and easy learning curve. Its one drawback is a sometimes-buggy interface. Additional features:

  • Fast rendering
  • Multicam editing
  • Easy stop-motion animation tool
  • Instant video and color corrections
  • Included sound effects and royalty-free music
  • Easy audio and voiceover editing

5. Filmora9 – top video editing software for amateurs

If you’re a beginner and you plan to stay that way, but you still want great, full-featured video editing software you can use today, look no further than Wondershare Filmora9. This is built for the first-time video editor who wants an easy, out-of-the-box solution that compares to professional tools.

Filmora9 sells at the same price point as the other beginner tools on our list. And even though it’s not as comprehensive as our other picks, it has plenty of power for your needs if you don’t plan to go pro. It also comes with motion tracking, automation to cut out repetition, color-match, green screen, and tons of other goodies. Additional features:

  • Split screen
  • Creative transitions and motion elements
  • Color grading
  • Social media import/export
  • Image stabilization
  • Screen recording

Best video editing software for professionals

Already know your way around a keyframe? Want to unleash your inner Alfonso Cuarón? You need robust, full-featured video editing software on the order of Adobe Premiere Pro. Serious filmmakers require a comprehensive platform that can handle 8K video, integrate with other tools, and update frequently as media formats and techniques change and grow. Check out the best video editing software below for serious pros or those who will be soon.

1. Adobe Premiere Pro – best pro video editing software

Serious professionals have trusted Adobe Premiere Pro for over 20 years. This software takes the guesswork out of making great video content. It lets beginners make simple videos fast, and it gives pros an ever-evolving playground of new tools to discover. It’s got a clear, flexible, and fast interface with unlimited multicam angles and support for 360 VR content. You can pick it up for around $20 per month, or get it bundled with Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, and the 20+ apps of the powerful Adobe Creative Cloud for around $50 per month. Additional features:

  • Motion graphics templates
  • VR editing
  • Work on multiple projects at once
  • Easy collaboration
  • Simple workflow automation
  • Hardware-accelerated encoding
  • Automatically reformat videos for different screens

Video Editing On Monitor

Video Editing On Monitor

2. HitFilm Pro – top video editing software for serious creators

Both users and professional reviewers find a lot to geek out about in HitFilm Pro and give this powerful video editing software tool an aggregated 92% rating. It’s not quite as comprehensive as Adobe Premiere Pro, but it offers a shocking amount of functionality for a single (low) buyout price. Its free version is feature-rich and fun to learn on, too, so if you’re a one-day pro who wants to get in hassle-free, this is your huckleberry. Additional features:

  • Combined timelines for easy workflow
  • 8K support
  • Real-time preview
  • Personalizable editing
  • Fast visual effects and features search
  • Speedy, threaded rendering

3. Corel VideoStudio Ultimate – top video editing software for professionals

There’s not much of a reason to look beyond Adobe Premiere and HitFilm Pro when it comes to powering your next video project. However, Corel VideoStudio Ultimate takes the already-sound tools of the company’s “Pro” version and doubles-down with powerful features, premium video effects packs, and other add-ons. You’ll get up to 2,000 pro-level filters and effects, plus a multicam editing module that lets you work with 6 clips at a time vs the 4 video files in the Pro version. Additional features:

  • Video mask creator
  • Full-color grading
  • 3D titling editor
  • Advanced image stabilization

4. KineMaster – best mobile video editor for pros

If you’re a pro on the go, you’ll love KineMaster mobile video editing software. When you can’t lug your Premiere workstation with you, KineMaster’s iPhone, Android, and Chromebook versions will stun you with their powerful features, 4K support, layers, blending, and chroma key tools. This is a fantastic editor for all stripes of mobile platforms. Additional features:

  • 8 blending modes for artistic effects
  • Reverse tool for easy in-camera transitions
  • Simple compositing
  • Up to 60 fps
  • Easy social media sharing interface

5. VSDC – pro video editing software for presentations

Sometimes you just need a good, simple video for presentations, and that’s where VSDC shines. To be fair, this is an excellent piece of software for any video editor, but if you’re a pro, you’re better off choosing the aforementioned Adobe Premiere or HitFilm Pro. Where VSDC wins is in its low price point and streamlined workflow. This tool makes it super-simple to add charts and annotations to your video clips, so conferences and collaboration are clear and visual. Additional features:

  • Free updates add features regularly
  • Image stabilization
  • Masking and blending
  • Suite of video and audio effects

6. DaVinci Resolve 17 – best free video editor for pros

For free, stunningly feature-rich video editing for professional filmmakers, DaVinci Resolve 17 can’t be beat. Even the pro version is a buyout $299, making it the least expensive pro-level tool on our list. A favorite of Hollywood pros, this Emmy-winning tool cuts, edits, color-corrects, and adds effects on par with the best software on the market. Additional features:

  • Pro-grade audio editor
  • Wide-format support
  • GPU/CPU accelerated effects
  • AI-powered face recognition, object detection, and smart reframing

Note: This guide ranks the top video editing software for Windows. Mac and Linux users will benefit from more research. If you’re an Apple devotee, your best options are iMovie for the casual user and Final Cut Pro for the more serious pro, though many Apple fans spring for Adobe Premiere.

Summary

The best video editing software for you depends on your workflow. HitFilm Express is an excellent free-forever video editor, while Adobe Premiere Pro is the tool of choice for those who make their living from the silver screen. The other options on our list above cover free, amateur, and presentation video editing tools for home and business use. About the author : Arvind Sen is a contributing writer for SHALA SUGAM. Arvind is an student and a regular contributor to Boys’ Life and Scouting magazines. His work is featured in Arvind Acadamey, FastCompany, and many more.


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    <header> <h1 style="text-align: center;"><strong>Word - Formatting Text</strong></h1><h3 style="text-align: center;"><strong>Lesson 6: Formatting Text</strong></h3></header><h3 style="text-align: center;"><strong>Introduction</strong></h3><p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Formatted text</strong> can draw the reader's attention to specific parts of a document and emphasize important information. In Word, you have several options for adjusting text, including <strong>font</strong>, <strong>size</strong>, and <strong>color</strong>. You can also adjust the <strong>alignment</strong> of the text to change how it is displayed on the page.</p><p style="text-align: justify;">Optional: Download our practice document.</p><p style="text-align: justify;">Watch the video below to learn more about formatting text in Word.</p><h4 style="text-align: justify;">To change the font size:</h4><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>Select the text you want to modify.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_size_select.png" alt="Selecting text to modify" /></li></ol><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>On the <strong>Home</strong> tab, click the Font Size drop-down arrow. Select a font size from the menu. If the font size you need is not available in the menu, you can click the Font Size box and <strong>type</strong> the desired size, then press <strong>Enter</strong>.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_size_menu.png" alt="Selecting a font size" /></li></ol><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>The font size will change in the document.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_size_result.png" alt="The new font size" /></li></ol><p style="text-align: justify;">You can also use the <strong>Grow Font</strong> and <strong>Shrink Font</strong> commands to change the font size.</p><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_size_grow_shrink.png" alt="The Grow Font and Shrink Font commands" /> <h4 style="text-align: justify;">To change the font:</h4><p style="text-align: justify;">By default, the font of each new document is set to Calibri. However, Word provides many other fonts you can use to customize text.</p><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>Select the text you want to modify.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_font_select.png" alt="Selecting text to modify" /></li><li>On the <strong>Home</strong> tab, click the <strong>drop-down arrow</strong> next to the <strong>Font</strong> box. A menu of font styles will appear.</li><li>Select the font style you want to use.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_font_menu.png" alt="Changing the font style" /></li><li>The font will change in the document.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_font_result.png" alt="The new font style" /></li></ol><p style="text-align: justify;">When creating a professional document or a document that contains multiple paragraphs, you'll want to select a font that's easy to read. Along with Calibri, standard reading fonts include Cambria, Times New Roman, and Arial.</p><h4 style="text-align: justify;">To change the font color:</h4><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>Select the text you want to modify.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_color_select.png" alt="Selecting text to modify" /></li><li>On the <strong>Home</strong> tab, click the <strong>Font Color</strong> drop-down arrow. The <strong>Font Color</strong> menu appears.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_color_menu2.png" alt="Changing the font color" /></li><li>Select the font color you want to use. The font color will change in the document.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_color_result2.png" alt="The new font color" /></li></ol><p style="text-align: justify;">Your color choices aren't limited to the drop-down menu that appears. Select <strong>More Colors</strong> at the bottom of the menu to access the <strong>Colors</strong> dialog box. Choose the color you want, then click <strong>OK</strong>.</p><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_color_more_colors.png" alt="The Colors dialog box" /> <h4 style="text-align: justify;">To use the Bold, Italic, and Underline commands:</h4><p style="text-align: justify;">The Bold, Italic, and Underline commands can be used to help draw attention to important words or phrases.</p><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>Select the text you want to modify.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_emphasis_select.png" alt="Selecting text to modify" /></li><li>On the Home tab, click the Bold (<strong>B</strong>), Italic (<em>I</em>), or Underline (<u>U</u>) command in the <strong>F</strong><strong>ont</strong> group. In our example, we'll click Bold.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_emphasis_command.png" alt="Making text bold" /></li><li>The selected text will be modified in the document.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_emphasis_result.png" alt="The bolded text" /></li></ol><h4 style="text-align: justify;">To change text case:</h4><p style="text-align: justify;">When you need to quickly change text case, you can use the <strong>Change Case</strong> command instead of deleting and retyping text.</p><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>Select the text you want to modify.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_case_select.png" alt="Selecting text to modify" /></li><li>On the Home tab, click the <strong>Change Case</strong> command in the <strong>Font</strong> group.</li><li>A drop-down menu will appear. Select the desired case option from the menu.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_case_menu.png" alt="Changing the text case" /></li><li>The text case will be changed in the document.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_case_result.png" alt="The new text case" /></li></ol><h4 style="text-align: justify;">To highlight text:</h4><p style="text-align: justify;">Highlighting can be a useful tool for marking important text in your document.</p><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>Select the text you want to highlight.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_highlight_select.png" alt="Selecting text to highlight" /></li><li>From the <strong>Home</strong> tab, click the <strong>Text Highlight Color</strong> drop-down arrow. The <strong>Highlight Color</strong> menu appears.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_highlight_menu.png" alt="Choosing a highlight color" /></li><li>Select the desired highlight<strong> color</strong>. The selected text will then be highlighted in the document.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_highlight_result.png" alt="The highlighted text" /></li></ol><p style="text-align: justify;">To remove highlighting, select the highlighted text, then click the <strong>Text Highlight Color</strong> drop-down arrow. Select <strong>No Color</strong> from the drop-down menu.</p><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_highlight_no_color.png" alt="Removing highlighting" /> <p style="text-align: justify;">If you need to highlight several lines of text, changing the mouse into a <strong>highlighter</strong> may be a helpful alternative to selecting and highlighting individual lines. Click the <strong>Text Highlight Color</strong> command, and the cursor changes into a highlighter. You can then click and drag the highlighter over the lines you want to highlight.</p><h4 style="text-align: justify;">To change text alignment:</h4><p style="text-align: justify;">By default, Word aligns text to the <strong>left margin</strong> in new documents. However, there may be times when you want to adjust text alignment to the center or right.</p><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>Select the text you want to modify.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_alignment_select.png" alt="Selecting text to highlight" /></li><li>On the <strong>Home</strong> tab, select one of the four alignment options from the <strong>Paragraph</strong> group. In our example, we've selected <strong>Center Alignment</strong>.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_alignment_command.png" alt="Paragraph alignment commands" /></li><li>The text will be realigned in the document.<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/formatting_alignment_result.png" alt="The realigned text" /></li></ol><p style="text-align: justify;">Click the arrows in the slideshow below to learn more about the four text alignment options.</p><ul style="text-align: justify;"><li><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/ctassets/topics/233/format_align_wide_1.png" alt="aligned left" /><p><strong>Align Text Left</strong><strong>:</strong> This aligns all selected text to the left margin. The Align Text Left command is the most common alignment and is selected by default when a new document is created.</p></li><li><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/ctassets/topics/233/format_align_wide_2.png" alt="aligned center" /><p><strong>Center</strong><strong>: </strong>This aligns text an equal distance from the left and right margins.</p></li><li><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/ctassets/topics/233/format_align_wide_3.png" alt="aligned right" /><p><strong>Align Text Right</strong><strong>:</strong> This aligns all selected text to the right margin.</p></li><li><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/ctassets/topics/233/format_align_wide_4.png" alt="justified" /><p><strong>Justify</strong><strong>:</strong> Justified text is equal on both sides. It lines up equally to the right and left margins. Many newspapers and magazines use full justification.</p></li></ul><p style="text-align: justify;">You can use Word's convenient <strong>Set as Default</strong> feature to <strong>save</strong> all of the <strong>formatting</strong> changes you've made and automatically apply them to new documents. To learn how to do this, read our article on Changing Your Default Settings in Word.</p><h3 style="text-align: center;">Challenge!</h3><ol style="text-align: justify;"><li>Open our practice document.</li><li>Scroll to <strong>page 2</strong>.</li><li>Select the words <strong>For Rent</strong> and change the <strong>font size</strong> to <strong>48 pt</strong>.</li><li>With the text still selected, change the <strong>font</strong> to <strong>Franklin Gothic Demi</strong>. <strong>Note</strong>: If you don't see this font in the menu, you can select a different one.</li><li>Use the <strong>Change Case</strong> command to change For Rent to <strong>UPPERCASE</strong>.</li><li>Change the color of the words <strong>For Rent</strong> to <strong>Gold, Accent 4</strong>.</li><li><strong>Remove the highlight</strong> from the phone number (919-555-7237).</li><li>Select all of the text from <strong>For Rent</strong> to <strong>(919-555-7237)</strong> and <strong>Center Align</strong>.</li><li><strong>Italicize </strong>the text in the paragraph below <strong>About Villa Piña</strong>.</li><li>When you're finished, your page should look like this:<br /><img src="https://media.gcflearnfree.org/content/5672fb048d7fa90eb4ddc8c0_12_17_2015/word2016_format_text_img.png" alt="Formatting Text Challenge" longdesc="" />  </li></ol>       
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