How do I get a text back

Clear all text formatting

You can easily delete all formatting (such as bold, underline, italic, color, superscript, subscript, etc.) from the text and revert it back to the default formatting.

Note: This article explains how to remove formatting from a document. If you need to undo an action (instead of undoing the formatting), see Undo, Redo, or Redo an Action.

  1. Select the text that you want to reset to the default formatting.

  2. In Word and Publisher

    Click the tab begin in the group font on Clear all formatting.

    In PowerPoint

    Click the tab begin in the group font on Clear all formatting.

    In Outlook

    click on the Message tab in the group Standard text on Clear all formatting.

    OneNote

    click on the Home tab in the group Standard text on Clear all formatting.

Clear the formatting of text

  1. Select the text that you want to reset to the default formatting.

  2. In Word:

    click in the Edit menu Clear, and choose Delete formatting.

    In PowerPoint:

    Click the tab begin in the group font on Clear all formatting .

Note: This action only applies to formatting that you add or change. It does not apply to standard page layout templates, such as: B. Slide headings or bullets that you haven't changed.

  1. Select the text that you want to delete the formatting from.

  2. click on the tab Start the ribbon on the Clear Formatting button.

    Tip: It should only appear to the right of the font settings, e.g. B. Font size and color. However, depending on your screen size and layout, you may need to click the More button (which looks like three dots) to see the additional buttons.

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