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Ever wanted to put some colour behind your text in a word document? Not just highlight something, but add color to the entire paragraph? It’s pretty easy in Word 2007.
1) Type your text into your document. Generally it is easier to work with all your text, rather than formatting it as you go
2) Look on the home tab in the ribbon, in the paragraph group. You will find a button that looks like a bucket of paint. That is the “Shading” button. If you click on the dropdown menu you will see a palette of colours that you can use to shade your paragraph.
3) Select your favourite colour – notice that you get a live preview, so just roll your mouse over all the colours that you are thinking about, and click on the one that suits best!
It is as simple as that!
’till next time!