All formatting commands can be found on the Toolbar. Some of these commands are also displayed on the Command menu.
When creating files, a standard formatting is applied which includes predefined options. To change the formatting when you create a file, execute the respective commands. To change the formatting of the existing file, select the text you want to change the formatting of before you execute the commands.
To format a row or column containing a merged cell, select the first row or column containing that cell. When you expand the Workspace, the cells in the added rows and columns will not inherit the formatting of the merged cell and will have standard formatting.
MyOffice applications use the XO (eXtended Office fonts) font family which includes the fonts similar to the most commonly used fonts.
The XO Thames font is used by default when you create a file. This font is displayed on the Toolbar and in the drop-down list of available fonts where it is marked as .
To set the font type:
•Click Format > Text > Font > and select the desired font from the drop-down list.
•On the Toolbar, select the box with the current font name and select the desired font from the drop-down list.
If the browser window is minimized, this font title box can be displayed in the compact mode as the button.