Wheat flour, whole wheat flour, 25 and 50 % rye flour substituted wheat flour blends, 15 and 30 % wheat bran substituted wheat flour blends were supplemented with amyloglucosidase (at 0.000875 and 0.001 %), glucose oxidase (at 0.0003 and 0.001 %) and hemicellulase (at 0.001 and 0.005 %). The effects of enzymes on the extensographic properties of dough and quality characteristics of bread (specific volume, baking loss percentage and final moisture content) were studied. The interaction between type of flour/ blend, type of enzyme and dosage of enzyme affected resistance to extension, extensibility and ratio of resistance to extensibility of doughs significantly. The interactions between type of flour/ blend, type of enzyme and dosage of enzyme affected specific volume, baking loss percentage and final moisture content of breads significantly. The findings in this study indicated that enzymes can exhibit unexpected effects on dough and bread properties depending on type of flour and dosage of enzyme.