In most areas of the system where text can be entered, you can control the appearance of your text using the rich text editor.
How to: Use Rich Text Editor
- Bold - Applies Bold formatting to highlighted text.
- Italic - Applies Italic formatting to highlighted text.
- Underline - Applies Italic formatting to highlighted text.
- Strike Through - Applies Strike Through formatting to highlighted text.
- Numbered List - Create numbered lists.
- Bulleted List - Create bulleted lists.
- Increase Indent - Increase the Paragraph Indent.
- Decrease Indent - Decrease the Paragraph Indent.
- Subscript - Subscript the highlighted text. A Subscript is a character that is set slightly below the normal line of type.
- Superscript - Superscript the highlighted text. A Superscript is a character that is set slightly above the normal line of type.
- Headline Size 1 - Format headlines to structure.
- Headline Size 2 - Format headlines to structure.
- Block - Format a block of text to identify quotations. A block quotation is a quotation in a written document that is set off from the main text as a paragraph, or block of text and is typically distinguished visually using indentation and a different typeface or smaller size font.
- Code - Allows you to format a block of text as a code snippet. Please note, formatting text as a code snippet does not provide the ability to run code within Bud.
- Link - Create a Hyperlink.
- Image - Inserts images into the document. Note: When adding an image, Bud will ask you to add an Alt Tag description. Every image element must contain the ALT attribute within a page’s HTML mark up. It’s the first principle of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, without them a page is inaccessible.
- Movie - Inserts movie/audio into the document.
While some basic HTML can be used, Rich Text views are not code views so some elements may be stripped from the view when saved.