Text formatting for questions in Microsoft Forms

In Microsoft Forms, you’ve been restricted to plain text for your questions in the form. With this newest update, you can now do basic text formatting, and it helps to make your questions stand out and look more professional (provided you don’t go overboard). Here’s how it works…

When designing your Form, highlight the text you’d like to format. A pop-up text formatting menu appears, giving you the ability to bold, italicize, underline, add text color, change the font size, and add number/bullet points:

Here’s an example where I’ve change things up a bit… granted, not the most professional looking question, but it should give you an idea of what you can do. 🙂

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