How to Change Highlighting in Word


Word 2Have a document that has multiple highlighting in it? Yes, lots of folks DO have documents like this and sometimes they have a need to change the color of the highlighting. It could be that you have more than one person working on the document and you need a different color highlighting for a couple of different persons. Whatever the reason, thankfully, there is a very simple method to accomplish this.

Follow the steps below to learn how:

  1. Use the Highlight tool to specify the color as the after color; the want you want to change to.
  2. Click the drop-down arrow to the right of the Highlight took and select the color you would like.
  3. Click CTRL + H to display the Replace tab of the Find and Replace dialog.

Find-and-Replace

  1. With your cursor in the Find What box, click Format | Highlight. If this is not visible, simply click the More button to see the Format option.
  2. With your cursor in the replace With box, click Format | Highlight.
  3. Click Replace All.

The highlighting in your document should now have been changed to the color you selected above.

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Carol Bratt

Carol holds A+, MCP, and MOS computer certifications and is the resident DCT Office expert. She trains the staffs of small law firms in the use of Microsoft Office applications and has authored many books covering Microsoft Office as well as written articles for Infopackets, TechnoLawyer, and Digital Harbor. For more Microsoft Office tips visit Carol's Corner Office or follow Carol on FaceBook and Twitter.

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