Sometimes we would like to hide some texts to make it invisible out of the need to protect sensitive and confidential information.
Microsoft Word has a feature whereby you can hide text so that it does not visibly appear in the document. When the display of hidden text is turned off, the text is not deleted, its display is simply suppressed. You can read or print the document as if the text isn’t there. If you don’t want to delete text completely, hiding the text is a good option. Here’s how it is done.
Use Hidden Text in a Word Document
1- First open any document you might have that has a fair amount of text in it.
2- Select the text you want to hide, switch to the “Home” tab on the Ribbon, and then click the arrow at the bottom right of the “Font” group.
3- The Font dialog box will display. Select on the Hidden checkbox option
and then click the “OK” button.
There’s also a keyboard shortcut to hide text—select your text and hit Ctrl+Shift+H. And Use the same key combination to bring it back.
Show Hidden Text In Word
1- Press CTRL + A to highlight everything in the document.
2- Choose Font again.
3- Uncheck the Hidden checkbox option, and click the OK button. Now display hidden text, it will all be displayed again.
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