Strikethrough is a feature that you might often come across but that goes unnoticed most of the time. It is a line that is drawn across a selected text or paragraph, usually to notify the reader that the paragraph or text that is being exposed to the strikethrough feature is probably being deleted or maybe going through a change so that the viewers can get an idea of the context in the document. This feature can be found in Word and also in Outlook. It only takes a few steps to add or delete this strikethrough feature in Outlook; that is, while you’re composing an email.
How to Strikethrough Text in Microsoft Outlook?
- Create a “NEW MESSAGE”
- Select the text that you wish to
strikethroughin the message window.
- In the font group on the format text tab, you will see the strikethrough option that is displayed as ‘
abc’ with a line slashing across the letters. Select that.
- You will now see the
strikethroughfeature being applied to your selected text.
- Selecting the same text with the applied feature and following the same above steps will disable the strikethrough feature.
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