When you work on a file, you can apply a color to the individual sections of the text to make them more prominent against the rest of the document's contents. By default, when you create a table, any text has no additional background. Users can change the color by clicking editor_highlight_color_icon_multiple Highlight Color on the Toolbar or the Command menu Format > Color > Highlight color. In the Toolbar, the color change button displays a color in which the user can quickly color a font without having to select it from the palette:

Yellow "p_xo_list_bullet" style="">The last color used: After a color has been used.

User-created "p_xo_text">You can set the color before you start entering text: after selecting the desired color, the text to be entered after the pointer will be displayed in the selected color.

To change the text selection "p_xo_list" style="">1.Select the desired text.

2.Click the arrow to the right of editor_highlight_color_icon_multiple Highlight Color on the Toolbar. Or, in the Command menu, select Format > Color > Highlight color.

3.In the palette that opens, select the desired color.

 

If the text where the pointer is placed is highlighted in color, the current color of the text selection in the color palette window is checked. The upper part of the palette displays the last used colors.

To quickly apply the last used color or default color to a text fragment:

1.Select the desired text.

2.Click editor_highlight_color_icon_multiple Highlight Color on the Toolbar.

To delete the text highlight:

1.Select the text for which you want to remove the highlight.

2.Click the arrow to the right of editor_highlight_color_icon_multiple Highlight Color on the Toolbar. Or, in the Command menu, select Format > Color > Highlight color.

3.In the opened palette, select No color.

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