Thursday, June 22, 2006

Webmaster Tip

There may be instances when you need to remove all of the formatting within your MS Word document or remove all of the formatting for a specific block of text. You could click Select All from the File menu and then change the formatting to Normal. However, there is an even easier way to remove the formatting.

You can select all the text at once in a document by pressing CTRL + A. Then simply press CTRL + SHIFT + N and all the formatting is removed for you. If you only want to work with a specific block of text, you need to manually select the text and then you can use the CTRL + SHIFT+ N keystrokes. All the formatting is immediately removed from the selected text.


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