(a) Text formatting
Text formatting is an act of applying formatting features to individually selected text. Such features include:
Bolding is a feature that turns text thick and darker
The main aim of bolding text is to put an emphasis to attract user’s attention. In common cases, headings, important facts and titles are bolded.
To apply bolding;
a. Highlight the text you want to bold
b. On the font group at the ribbon click on B
c. To quickly bold, use the keyboard shortcut keys (CTRL + B)
Italicizing is an act of making text slant forward
Use Italics when you want to emphasize a certain word or phrase. A common use for italics is to draw attention to a particular part of a text in order to provide emphasis. If something is important or shocking, you might want to italicize that word or phrase so that your readers don't miss it.
a. Select the piece of text you want to italicize;
b. Press (CTRL+I) on the keyboard or;
c. Click on I on the font group at the ribbon
Underlining is an act of placing a line below a selected piece of text.
Underlining is used in hand-written or typewritten documents as a way to emphasize key text. In printed documents. Underlining is generally avoided, with italics or small caps often used instead, or (especially in headings) using capitalization or bold type.
a. Select the piece of text you want to underline
b. Press (CTRL + U) or;
c. Press U on the font group of the ribbon