Difference between editing and formatting text

Discussion in 'Word Documents' started by Helmut Weber, Jul 16, 2006.

  1. Helmut Weber

    Helmut Weber Guest

    Hi Demon,

    if you change any character to another character,
    then you are editing text.

    If you change the appearance of any character,
    like bold, size, color, underline, subscript,
    then you are formatting text.

    Some people may say, that replacing m2 by m²
    is editing, too, and I'd agree with them.

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    Helmut Weber, Jul 16, 2006
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  2. Have you ever considered doing your own homework?

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    JoAnn Paules [MVP], Jul 16, 2006
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