You can apply styles or apply custom formatting to your texts.

Use styles to apply identical formatting options to a text elements of the text (headings, lists, names of images, and so on). A style is a modifiable preset of formatting parameters, such as font style and font size, text alignment, paragraph indents, character spacing, and others. When creating a new document, the Normal style is applied to the text by default.

Custom formatting means applying formatting options to the text and paragraphs in the document manually. Custom formatting is used along with style formatting.

Text Style

Styles allow you to quickly apply the same formatting to different parts of the text throughout the document, for example, use styles to design the headings of different levels or links. "MyOffice Text" allows you to use the preset styles, as well as the custom styles for text styling.

Style selection

The Normal style is used by default whenever you create a new document. You can change the text style using the Quick Actions box or the Toolbar.

To change the style using the Toolbar:

1.Select a fragment of text where you want to change a style.

2.On Toolbar, select the Styles section and select the style that you want to use from the list. Click the t_more button and select the style from the drop-down list.

To change the style using the Quick Actions box:

1.Select a fragment of text where you want to change a style.

2.Click Quick Actions from the Help menu or press the Ctrl+/ key combination.

3.In the Quick Actions box, select the desired style using one of the following methods:

Start typing the name of the style in the search field. Once the required item appears in the search results, click it with the mouse or use the keyboard keys:

oClick the style line with the left mouse button.

oSelect the style line using the ↓ ↑ keyboard keys and press Enter.

Scroll down the list of commands till the end. In the style section, select your preferred style.

Create a style

"MyOffice Text" allows you to create a style based on the formatting of the text. You can select the text with desired formatting or just place the pointer on it to create a style. The new style is created with the preset name "Style 1", "Style 2", and so on.

To create a style:

1.Apply the formatting to a word or text fragment.

2.Select the word or fragment or place the pointer on it.

3.On the Toolbar, select the Styles and click the t_more button.

4.In the lower part of the drop-down list, click Create New Style.

The newly created style will appear in a drop-down list.

Edit a style

You can change the formatting options for any style manually.

To change a style:

1.Select a fragment of text where the style is applied.

2.Make the necessary adjustments to the formatting of the style.

3.On the Toolbar, select the Styles and click the t_more button.

4.In the drop-down list, place the pointer on the current style name and click t_style_refresh (Update Style to Match Selection).

The changes you make to a style are automatically applied to all text fragments where it is applied.

Delete a style

You can only delete the custom styles.

To delete a style:

1.Select a fragment of text or place the pointer where the required style is applied.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Styles and click the t_more button.

3.In the drop-down list, place the pointer on the current style name and click t_style_delete (Delete Style).

Once the style is deleted, the Normal style settings are applied to all text fragments formatted in the custom style.

Font

By default, XO Thames font is used when creating a document in MyOffice. To change the font:

1.Select a fragment of text where you want to change the font.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Font section and click the arrow to the right of the current font name.

3.In the list that expands, select a desired font.

It is recommended to use XO family fonts to preserve document formatting when working on other operating systems.
Font size

To change the font size:

1.Select a fragment of text where you want to change a font size.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Font section and click the arrow to the right of the current font size.

3.In the list that expands, select a desired font size.

If the required size is not on the list, you can set it manually. To set font size:

1.On the Toolbar, select the current font size value.

2.Enter the required value. Use a dot (.) as a delimiter for fractional values. For example, 21.5.

3.Click Enter.

To increase the font size by one point, follow one of the steps below:

On the Command menu, click Format, point to Fonts and then click Increase Font Size.

On the Toolbar, click editor_increase_icon (Increase Font Size).

To decrease the font size by one point, follow one of the steps below:

On the Command menu, click Format, point to Fonts and then click Decrease Font Size.

On the Toolbar, click editor_decrease_icon (Decrease Font Size).

Text formatting

"MyOffice Text" allows you to format text fragments in various ways to emphasize and distinguish them from the rest of the document content.

The table below displays text formatting options with corresponding commands:

Text formatting

Command menu item

Button in Font section of Toolbar

Keyboard shortcut

Bold

Format > Fonts > Bold

bold_icon

Ctrl+B

Italic

Format > Fonts > Italic

italic_icon_gray

Ctrl+I

Underline

Format > Fonts > Underline

underline_icon

Ctrl+U

All Caps

Format > Fonts > All Caps

editor_all_caps_icon_gray

Ctrl+Shift+A

Strikethrough

Format > Fonts > Striketrough

editor_s_icon

Ctrl+Shift+S

Subscript character

Format > Fonts > Subscript

t_more_gray

>

editor_subscript_icon_gray

Ctrl+=

Superscript character

Format > Fonts > Superscript

t_more

>

editor_superscript_icon

Ctrl+Shift+=

Font Color

To change the font "p_xo_list_ind" style="">1.Select a required fragment of a text.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Font section and click editor_font_color_icon_multiple (Font Color).

3.In the palette that expands, select a desired font color.

The five recently used colors are displayed above the palette. Click More Colors below the palette, to view the additional colors.

To quickly apply the last color used:

1.Select a required fragment of a text.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Font and click editor_font_color_icon_multiple (Font Color).

Highlight Color

When working on a document, you can highlight certain text fragments in different colors to make them more visible against the background of the rest of the document content.

To highlight a text with "p_xo_list_ind" style="">1.Select a required fragment of a text.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Font section and click the arrow to the right of the editor_highlight_color_icon_no_color (Highlight Color).

3.In the palette that expands, select a desired highlight color. The last four colors used are displayed above the palette.

To quickly highlight the text fragment with the last color used:

1.Select a required fragment of a text.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Font section and click editor_highlight_color_icon_no_color (Highlight Color).

To remove highlighting from a text:

1.Select the text that you want to remove highlighting from.

2.On the Toolbar, select the Font section and click the arrow to the right of the editor_highlight_color_icon_no_color button (Highlight Color).

3.In the palette that expands, click No Color.

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