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Apply a drop cap

Apply a drop cap: Word 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks
Apply a drop cap: Word 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks

Drop cap is a really nice text formatting option. This is something you see a lot in the first paragraph of a chapter in a book, where the first letter of that paragraph is bigger than the others. It’s a really easy feature to use, but I would bet that the control is not where you might expect it to be. So, in this movie, we'll go through how to set a drop cap and adjust the associated settings.

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