In Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel or PowerPoint), a
strikethrough is a formatting feature use for deletions or indicating that a task or activity has been completed and checked off.
Example of a strikethrough:
Line on Text
In this article, I’m going to focus on how to add strikethrough on a text in Microsoft Word for both Windows and Mac.
The strikethrough command on Word Ribbon
Unlike Microsoft Excel, Word has the strikethrough icon on the ribbon under the Home tab.
With this command, you can apply strikethrough to any text you want without wasting much time.
Let me show you how:
- Select the text on which you wish to apply the strikethrough.
- Under the Home tab, in the Font group, click on the strikethrough command.
Word will place a horizontal line across the selected text as seen in the above screenshot.
This is how you can apply strikethrough on a text in MS Word.
Tip: Again, if you want to remove the strikethrough on the text, just follow the same steps. Select the text with the strikethrough, then go to the Home tab in the Font group, click on the strikethrough command.