Which groupings do you work with when formatting text in Word ?

 [ A ]    None of these [ B ]    Characters, sections and paragraphs [ C ]    Indexes, characters and tables [ D ]    Paragraphs, indexes and sections [ E ]    Tables, paragraphs and indexes
 Answer : Option B Explanation : MS-Word helps you keep your documents, simple by organizing most formatting into 3 levels of related information: font, paragraph, and section. • Font formatting is any formatting that you can apply to as little as one characters, such as bold, underline, Time New Roman, etc. • Paragraph formatting is any formatting that you can apply to as little as one paragraph. Such as paragraph spacing before and after, line spacing, indents etc. • Section formatting can be thought of as page layout or document formatting, since this formatting applies to an entire document by default. Its named section because you insert a formatting mark called a section break in order to change settings for this type of formatting in only part of your document.