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The Edit page at Text Editor Ribbon bar is grouping all buttons dedicated for text editing
 

 

Group Clipboard - Buttons for using your computer Clipboard

 

Cut
Cut the selected text and place it to the clipboard
Select the text that you want to cut, and then click the button or press ctrl+x to move the text to clipboard

 

Copy
Copy the selected text to the clipboard.
Select the text that you want to copy, and then click the button or press ctrl+c to copy the text to clipboard

 

Paste

Paste the text from the clipboard over the selection.

Group Editing - Additional buttons for text editing
 

Undo

Click on this button to cancel changes caused by the previous command. You can undo as many times as you want

 

Redo
Reverses actions of the previous Undo command. You can redo as many times as you want
 
Select All

Selects all text in the document
 
Line Break
Inserts the line break. It is a equivalent of pressing the Enter key

 

Group Font - Buttons for setting the font, font properties and styles


 

Font

Click on this button to change the font typeface of the selected text.

 

Size

Click on this button to change the font size of the selected text.

 

Font

Click on this button to invoke a Font dialog window where you can set also font properties

 

Color
Change the font color of the selected text.

 

Highlight

Click on this button to highlight characters in a selected range.

 

Bold
Toggles the bold style on the selection.
The quickest way to make text in italic style is to press CTRL+b and start typing. When you want to stop underlining, press CTRL+b again

 

Italic
Toggles the italic style on the selection.
The quickest way to make text in italic style is to press CTRL+I and start typing. When you want to stop underlining, press CTRL+I again.

 
Underline
Toggles the underline style on the selection.
The quickest way to underline text is to press CTRL+U and start typing. When you want to stop underlining, press CTRL+U again.

 

Double Underline

Toggles the double underline style on the selection.

 

Strikeout

Toggles the strikeout style on the selection

 

Double Strikeout
Toggles the double strikeout style on the selection.

 

Superscript
Toggles the superscript style on the selection.

 
Subscript

Toggles the subscript style on the selection.
Superscript and subscript refer to numbers that are positioned slightly higher or slightly lower than the text on the line. For example, a footnote or endnote number reference is an example of superscript, and a scientific formula might use subscript text.

 

Grow Font

Increases the font size of the selection to the closest smaller predefined value. A list of commonly used font sizes (in points) is used to calculate the next font size being applied to the selection, after command execution.

 
Shrink Font
Decreases the font size of the selection to the closest smaller predefined value.  A list of commonly used font sizes (in points) is used to calculate the next font size being applied to the selection, after command execution.

 

Group Paragraph - Buttons for setting the font, font properties and style


Horizontal alignment determines the appearance and orientation of the edges of the paragraph: left-aligned text, right-aligned text, centered text, or justified text, which is aligned evenly along the left and right margins. For example, in a paragraph that is left-aligned (the most common alignment), the left edge of the paragraph is flush with the left margin.

 

Align Text Left

Toggles left paragraph alignment on and off.

 

Center

Toggles centered paragraph alignment on and off

 

Align Text Right

Toggles right paragraph alignment on and off.

 

Justify

Toggles justified paragraph alignment on and off.

 

Numbering

Toggles between the numbered paragraph style and normal text

 

Bullets

Toggles between the bulleted paragraph and normal text.

 

Multilevel list

Toggles between the multilevel list style and normal text.

 

Decrease Indent
Decrements the indent level of the paragraph

 

Increase Indent

Increments the indent level of the paragraph.
Indentation determines the distance of the paragraph from either the left or the right margin. Within the margins, you can increase or decrease the indentation of a paragraph or group of paragraphs.

 

Show/Hide ¶

Click on this button to show or hide all paragraphs within a document

 

Paragraph

Invokes the Paragraph dialog that allows you to set paragraph formatting.

 
Group Zoom - Buttons for change the document view


 

Zoom In

Opposite command used to get a close-up view of the document.

 

Normal

Click on this button to set the normal view of document

 

Zoom Out
Zoom out the document to see more of the page at a reduced size.