What is the purpose of strikethrough?

What is the purpose of strikethrough?

A strikethrough is a horizontal line drawn through text, used to indicate the deletion of an error or the removal of text in a draft. If your work is edited or proofed professionally on paper, understanding common revision and editing symbols and abbreviations will help you process the suggested changes.

Where is the strikethrough in Word?

When you've got your text selected, look on the “Home” tab of Word's Ribbon. In the “Font” group, click the “Strikethrough” button (it's the three letters with a line drawn through them). Now, any text you had selected should be struck through. You can also apply strikethrough formatting using the Font window.

How do you do strikethrough on Mac?

2. Use your keyboard shortcut for the strikethrough effect (Mac only)

  1. Select the text you want to strike out in your Mac Word document.
  2. On your keyboard hold down Command + Shift + X.

How do I get rid of the blue lines in PowerPoint?

Remove the underline from hyperlink text

  1. Right-click the hyperlink text, and then click Remove Hyperlink.
  2. On the Insert tab, in the Illustrations group, click Shapes, and then under Rectangles, click Rectangle.
  3. Drag to draw the rectangle so that it covers the hyperlink text that you want to hide.
  4. Right-click the rectangle, and then click Format Shape.