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In Microsoft Word, you can easily clear the formatting for selected text. For instance, you are working on a document and have applied various formatting styles to the content in your document, and none is working for you, or you want to start over. Or you have copied and paste some contents from the internet, and want to clear the formatting for the entire text. To clear the formatting from content, select the text for which you want to clear the formatting, and then click Styles dialog box button, under the Styles section. Alternatively, you can press Control + Shift + Alter + S key, to open the Styles pane. In the Styles pane, click Clear All option at the top of the list, and the style of selected text will revert to Normal. You can also clear the Formatting by, selecting the text, and then click Clear All Formatting button from Font Section of Home Tab. You can clear the formatting for entire text in your document, by pressing the Control + A, key to select the entire text, and t