When you highlight a text in your document, it will pop out of it and make it easy to find the text. So in this article, we will learn how to highlight a text in a Microsoft Word document.
- Text Highlight Color tool
- Shading Tool
- How to remove Highlight color from a text in Word?
- How to get more highlight colors in Word?
Highlight a text in Word
There are several ways to emphasize important text in Word. This copy will explain how to use the Highlight and Shading tool.
Text Highlight Color tool
Path: select the text you want to highlight > open the Home Tab > click on the Text Highlight Color in the Font group.
The Text Highlight Color has fifteen colors to choose from. By default, the color is yellow, and if you want to change it, you must click on the arrow beside it and select a color.
the Shading Tool is another Tool that lets you change the color behind a text, paragraph, or table cell. This tool can be so helpful when you want the information to jump off the page.
Path: Select a Text, paragraph, or table cell > go to the Home Tab > click on the Shading Tool from the Paragraph group
Notice: if you want to change the color, click on the arrow beside it and choose another color.
How to remove Highlight color from a text in Word?
removing a highlight color from a text is the same in the Highlight tool and the Shading tool
Path: click the arrow beside the Shading and Text Highlight Color > click on the “No Color.”
Notice: when you select a text in Word, a box will appear that lets you edit the font family, color, etc. You can also delete the highlight color from it.
How to get more highlight colors in Word?
You can not add color to the Text Highlight Color tool, but you can choose any color you want from the Shading Tool.