Font formatting within a cell in MyOffice Spreadsheet allows you to distinguish different parts of your text and make the data on your spreadsheets more visible.

The table below shows the text formatting options with the corresponding commands and Toolbar buttons:

Text formatting

Toolbar button

Command menu

Key combination

Bold

bold_icon

Format > Text > Bold

Ctrl+B

Italic

italic_icon

Format > Text > Italic

Ctrl+I

Underline

underline_icon

Format > Text > Underline

Ctrl+U

ALL CAPS

editor_all_caps_icon

Format > Text > Other formatting > All caps

 

Strikethrough

editor_s_icon

Format > Text > Strikethrough

Ctrl+5

Subscript character

editor_subscript_icon

Format > Text > Other formatting > Subscript

Ctrl+=

Superscript character

editor_superscript_icon

Format >Text > Other formatting > Superscript

Ctrl+Shift+=

 

You can apply different font formatting within the same cell. To do this, enter the cell editing mode, select the fragment you want to apply formatting to and select the corresponding command. You can assign several properties to the same symbol at the same time (except for the shift of letters below/above the base line, which are mutually exclusive).

Conversion into uppercase letters does not affect the display of numbers, punctuation marks or other symbols.

Re-selecting the modified text and selecting the above commands will return the lower case letters.

The letters that were previously entered in the Caps Lock key mode will not be affected by reusing this command.
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