Text styling determines the way your text will look in the document. Font styling, changing the size of the text and its color, or applying a pre-defined set of consistent styles, all take seconds and one mouse click.
The text styling features are grouped together on the toolbar. Some are simple buttons that turn the style on and off when you click them.
Other text styling options are available as a drop-down list. Upon clicking them the list opens, and you can select a styling option.
Among the styling features you will find:
- Font Name – typeface that will be applied to the document text.
- Font Size – determines how big or small the text will be.
- Bold, Italic, Underline, and Strike-through – add bold, italic, and strike-through formatting to a text fragment.
- Text Color – changes the color of the document text.
- Background Color – changes the color of the text background.
- Subscript and Superscript – text with subscript and superscript formatting is smaller and placed below or above the baseline, respectively.
- Formatting Styles – pre-defined sets of formatting features that can be applied to block and inline elements of the document.
- Paragraph Format – pre-defined sets of formatting features that can be applied to block-level elements only.