You can apply many formats to characters using the buttons on the Formatting toolbar. The Formatting toolbar is shown below as a floating toolbar, customized to show only the icons for character formatting.
|It is highly recommended that you use character styles rather than manually formatting characters. For information on the advantages of styles and how to use them, see Chapter 6 (Introduction to Styles) in the Writer Guide.|
|1 Styles and Formatting window||9 Subscript|
|2 Apply Style||10 Increase Font|
|3 Font Name||11 Reduce Font|
|4 Font Size||12 Font Color|
|5 Bold||13 Highlighting|
|6 Italic||14 Background Color|
|7 Underline||15 Character Format dialog|
The Formatting toolbar, showing icons for character formatting.
|To remove manual formatting, select the text and click Format > Default Formatting or right-click and select Default Formatting from the pop-up menu.|
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