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Select Text Columns

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Introduction

Do you need to format just a column of text in your document instead of an entire line?

This How-To Article shows you how to select a column in your document.


Select Text Columns

1. Hold down the ALT key on the keyboard.

2. Click and hold the left mouse button down and begin dragging to select a column of text.

3. Let the mouse button up.

4. Let the ALT key up.

5. Apply the formatting you would like to the selected column of text.

Tip: To quickly apply formatting to this selected text, right-click an area of the selected text, and select "Font..." from the menu that appears.

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