Hide Text in a Word 2007 Document

Satheesh C B | Wednesday, October 07, 2009 | 0 comments

Wondering if you can remove some of the data from your document and still preserve it for future reference? Or else you may want to enter some text that is only visible to you and no one else who views the document?
Simply hide the text and see the magic. Your data is there and yet invisible at the same time. Yes, only you will know that some additional data exist as others will not be able to view it. To hide text in a document:

  • Open the Microsoft Word document.
  • Select the text that needs to be hidden.
  • Click on the ‘Home’ tab.
  • Under the ‘Font’ section, click on the small arrow at the right-end corner to open the ‘Font’ dialog box.{ For MS Word 2003, select ‘Format |Font’.}
  • Under the ‘Effects’ section, click in the check box next to ‘Hidden’.
  • Click ‘OK’.
  • To make the text visible again, select the whole document by pressing [Ctrl] +[A].
  • Then go back to the same options and uncheck the option ‘Hidden’. Your text is back again.

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