There are actually a few ways to go about removing the formatting in a Microsoft Word document. It’s not uncommon to go a bit overboard on the customization when creating a Word document. If you have too many applied formatting changes that do not work, to avoid starting over, it may be far easier to simply clear all formatting from selected text. The way to do this can vary depending on which version of Microsoft Word you’re running.
When using Microsoft Word, there is an overriding style attached to every paragraph, so any paragraph format changes made will also need changes done to the associated style.
Clearing All Formatting On Microsoft Word 2010
Remove all of your formattings and save yourself time without manually mashing the undo option by: