Applying Text Attributes with the Edit Palette

The easiest way to apply attributes is to choose them from the Edit Palette. To display the Edit Palette, choose Show Edit Palette from the Window menu.

When you enter a value in a text box in the Edit Palette, press Tab to move to the next text box without applying the change immediately. Click the Apply button to apply the changes, or press Return. (AmigaOS users must press Return twice: once to exit the text box and once to apply the changes.)

SectionCharacter view

A Click to apply changes, or press Return.
B Click to display the Paragraph view.
C Font pop-up menu
D Type style buttons: Plain, Bold, Italic, Underline, Outline, Reverse, Shadow, Small Caps, Superscript and Subscript.
E Type size: Choose a preset size from the pop-up menu or enter a size.
F Tracking: Choose a track preset from the pop-up menu and enter a track amount.
G Character view button.
H Character style pop-up menu.
I Type Width: Choose a preset size from the pop-up menu or enter a width.
J Leading: Choose a method from the pop-up menu and enter a leading amount.

SectionParagraph view

A Click to apply changes, or press Return.
B Paragraph view button.
C Alignment options: Left, Right, Center, Justified.
D First line indent.
E Left paragraph indent.
F Space before: Choose a method from the pop-up menu and enter an amount
G Click to display the Character view.
H Paragraph style pop-up menu.
I Right paragraph indent.
J Space after: choose a method from the pop-up menu and enter an amount.


 

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