When you edit text in various learning objects, the editor window displays with many buttons that can save you time and allow you apply quick formatting without any particular knowledge of HTML. Use the list below to help you remember what each button does.

Editor Buttons

Apply a different font (Arial, Georgia, etc.) to the selected text.
Select from a range of text sizes (from 8pt to 36pt).
Apply one of a number of preset styles (Heading 1, Normal, Address, etc.).
Render multi-language span to show content using different language packs.
Make the selected text bold.
Make the selected text italic.
Underline the selected text.
Strikethrough the selected text.
Apply a subscript style.
Apply a superscript style.
Attempts to clean up code accidentally pasted from Microsoft Word.
Tip: For best results, paste text from Word in HTML mode (Toggle HTML Source) to avoid messy code
Undo the last edit.
Redo the last edit.
Left-align text or graphics.
Center text or graphics.
Right-align text or graphics.
Justify text or graphics.
Change the text direction to “left to right.”
Change the text direction to “right to left.”
Number selected text.
Justify text or graphics.
Decrease the indent (in increments).
Increase the indent (in increments).
Apply a font color.
Apply a background color.
Insert a horizontal line.
Create an anchor link.
Create a web link.
Remove a link.
Prevent selected text from being “auto-linked” by a glossary.
Insert an image.
Insert a table.
Insert a “smiley.”
Insert a symbol character (●, ™, etc.).
Search and Replace text.
Perform a spelling check.
Go into or return from HTML mode.
Enlarge the Editor window.