MyOffice applications use the XO (eXtended Office fonts) font family which includes the fonts similar to the most commonly used fonts.

The font used by default is displayed on the Toolbar and in the drop-down list of available fonts where it is marked as choose_blue.

You can select the font type before entering the text. The selected font type will be applied to the text entered after where the pointer is positioned.

To set the font type:

Click Format > Text > Font and select the desired font from the drop-down list.

On the Toolbar, click the box containing with the name of the current font 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 font_small_knpk .

Text style

MyOffice Text uses preset font styles which can be applied to distinguish various parts of the text (headings, notes, headers and footers etc).

The current style is displayed on the Toolbar and in the drop-down list of available styles where it is marked as choose_blue.

You can select the text style before entering the text. The selected text style will be applied to the text entered after where the pointer is positioned.

To set the paragraph style:

Click Format > Paragraph style and select the desired style from the drop-down list.

On the Toolbar, click the box containing with the name of the current style and select the desired style from the drop-down list.

If the browser window is minimized, this font title box can be displayed in the compact mode as knpk_paragraph_settings_comact_view .

Font size

The current font size is displayed on the Toolbar and in the drop-down list of available sizes where it is marked as choose_blue.

You can select the font size before entering the text. The selected font size will be applied to the text entered after where the pointer is positioned.

To set the font size:

Click Format > Text > Font size and select the desired size from the drop-down list.

On the Toolbar, select the box containing the current font size and choose the desired size.

You can also increase or decrease the font size by one point:

Click Format > Text > Increase font size or Decrease font size.

On the Toolbar, click knpk_font_size .

Text formatting

In MyOffice Text, you can format text fragments to make them stand out from the rest of the text. You can select several formatting settings for an element (except subscripts and superscripts where one settings invalidates the other in case you want to apply several settings).

Toolbar button

Text formatting

Description

Key combination

ikon_Bold

Bold

Increases the thickness and brightness of text

Ctrl+B

ikon_Italic

Italic

Characters resemble to handwritten characters, which are more rounded and oblique

Ctrl+I

ikon_Underline

Underline

Text is supplemented with an underline

Ctrl+U

ikon_Strike.through

Strikethrough

Text is supplemented with a horizontal line going through its center

 

You can select the text formatting before entering the text. The selected formatting will be applied to the text entered after where the pointer is positioned.

To set the formatting:

Click Format > Text and select the desired formatting from the drop-down list.

Use theknpk_font_style buttons on the Toolbar.

Use the key combinations.

Subscripts and superscripts

You can raise or lower any character relative to the baseline to indicate indices and degrees of formulas, footnotes or other elements using the Superscript and Subscript tools.

To transform characters into subscripts or superscripts:

Click Format > Text > Other formatting and select your preferred option.

Use the knpk_sub_sup buttons on the Toolbar.

For Subscript, use the Ctrl+= combination. For Superscript, use the Ctrl+Shift+= combination.

Uppercase characters

To convert lowercase (standard size) letters into uppercase (capital, enlarged size) letters:

Click Format > Text > Other formatting > All caps.

Click knpk_all_caps on the Toolbar.

Changing to uppercase letters does not affect the display of numbers, punctuation marks, and other symbols.

Select the text and repeat these commands to change to lowercase.

Letters that were previously entered with the Caps Lock key pressed will not be affected when you change back to lowercase.

Font color

The font is set to black when the file is created. Users can change the color using the knpk_font_color Font Color button on the Toolbar or the Command menu Format > Color > Font 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:

Red "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 color of the text:

1.Select the desired text.

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

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

 

In the color palette window, the current text color is checked. The upper part of the palette displays the last used colors. At the bottom of the palette window are the custom colors you created earlier.

To quickly apply the last used color or default color to the font:

1.Select the desired text.

2.Click knpk_font_color Font color on the Toolbar.

 

To set your own "p_xo_list" style="">1.Click К_Другие цвета in the lower part of the palette.

2.In the window that appears, set the desired color parameters. Enter the hex code of the desired color, or select it yourself as follows:

The color tone is selected on a vertical scale on the right. Click the left mouse button on the color scale and move the pointer vertically. The color_tone_coursors markers will indicate the specific shade.

The color shade is selected with the marker, which is in the lower left corner by default. Click the left mouse button on the marker and move the pointer through the window.

3.Click OK to apply the selected color. Or click Cancel to leave without saving the changes.

The newly created color will be displayed in the More colors section.

Highlight color

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. When you create a file, no highlight color is applied. Users can change the color using the knpk_font_background2 Highlight Color button 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_ind" style="">1.Select the desired text.

2.Click the arrow to the right of the knpk_font_background2 Highlight Color button 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 the knpk_font_background2 Highlight Color button 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 the knpk_font_background2 Highlight Color button 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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