How to show or hide all hidden text quickly in Word?
How to quickly show the hidden text just in case you forget they are actually in document?
Office Tab: Enable Tabbed Editing and Browsing in Office, Just Like Chrome, Firefox, IE 8/9/10.
Classic Menu for Office: Bring Old Look of Office 2003 Back to Office 2007, 2010, 2013 and 2016.
If you are using Word 2010 / 2013: Click Filetab > click Options
If you are using Word 2007: Click Officeicon > click Word Options
Step 2: check Hidden text to show hidden text in document, and uncheck to hide them. Check or uncheck Show all formatting marks
Click Home tab > click Show/hidebutton in Paragraph group
The keyboard shortcut of Show/hide function：Ctrl+* (sometimes written as Shift+Ctrl+8 ).
TIP: Show/hide function can be used to show or hide all formatting marks in Word, and it’s unavailable if you have checked Hidden text item in Display.
Kutools provides you the easy way to show or hide hidden text and some other formatting marks, too.
Please apply the utility by clicking Enterprise > Display Settings, see screenshot:
And then check Hidden Text in the pop-up dialog, see screenshot:
You can see the result as shown as bellow:
For more information, please visit: quickly show hidden text.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 4 years agoI need a facility in MS-Word where you can hide a portion of the text with a marker for hidden text, with a hide/unhide option just as in MS-excel. This will enable me to write a detailed document with an option for readers seeing the whole document in detail or only the open portion as a first reading. Hope you understand.