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How to show or hide marking on hidden text in Word 2010
Word 2010 gives an option to its users to hide text in the document. The hidden text is not shown in the document and at the time of printing does not appear in the print-out. This is a very useful utility for users, as there is no need to create replicas of the same document to print its different versions. But at times user may forget the part where he/she would have hided the text. So there is an option provided for the marking of hidden text in the document. Hidden text will have a dotted underline of purple colour below it as a marker.
Preview of Hidden text feature: -
The text that is hidden will not be shown in the document if the option for marking of hidden text is disabled. You can enable or disable the marking for hidden text as per your choice. Trace the steps mentioned below to learn enabling and disabling the marking on hidden text.
Steps to show or hide marking on hidden text: -
1) Start by clicking the Microsoft office button to view its sub-options, click on the “Options” button located just below the “Word” tab to open “Word Options” dialog box
Click on the “Word” tab to expand its sub-options in the right side attached to tab itself. Click on “Options” tab located below “Microsoft Tools” section at right side of “Word” tab to open “Word Options” dialog box.
2) Make the sub-options of “Display” tab visible in the right pane by clicking on its tab in the left pane of “Word Options” dialog box. Now find the checkbox for “Hidden text” feature located below the “Always show these formatting marks on the screen” section. Click to put a check in the checkbox to enable the option.
Click to uncheck the checkbox to disable marking of hidden text.
3) Now to close the “Word Options” dialog box, click the OK button located at its bottom.
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Last edited by niteshsingh1985; 12-19-2009 at 08:04 AM.