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Applying Styles

In the top row of icons in eWebEditPro, you can control and customize various styles and formatting for your content. To apply a style, highlight the text you wish to format or for table formatting - click inside the cell, and select a style. To format text as a heading, use the drop-down to the left of the Apply Style menu. To remove a style, select "Clear Style" in the style drop down. Below are examples of some of the styles, there are also styles for adding padding and adjusting margins.

Sample text and format styles:

1. headline-blue: highlights text with MSU blue and makes text white.

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2. headline-gold: highlights text with MSU gold and makes text blue.

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3. headline-white: highlights text with white and makes text blue.

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4. paragraph-frame-quote: inserts a box with a frame, like a pull-out quote, with small text on a grey background.

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5. text-blue: changes your text color to MSU blue.

6. text-gold: changes your text color to MSU gold. We recommend that you use this on a background of dark blue or grey, so that the contrast is enough to be readable.

7. text-large: changes the relative size of your text.

8. text-medium: changes the relative size of your text.

9. text-normal: changes the relative size of your text to normal.

10. text-small: changes the relative size of your text.

11. text-verysmall: changes the relative size of your text.

12. text-verylarge: changes the relative size of your text.

 

Table styles

 

13. border-both: places a fine blue border on either side of a table cell.

 

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14: border-left: places a fine blue border on the left side of a table cell.

 

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15. border-right: places a fine blue border on the right side of a table cell.

 

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16. cell-color-blue: changes the background color of a cell to MSU blue, with white text .

 

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17. cell-color-grey: changes the background color of a cell to grey, with black text.

 

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18. cell-color-lightblue: changes the background color of a cell to light blue, with black text.

 

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19. cell-color-gold: changes the background color of a cell to MSU gold, with black text.

 

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20. cell-color-gold A: changes the background color of a cell to grey, with blue text.

 

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21. cell-text-light: changes the color of text in a cell to light - to properly contrast with the background color.

 

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Heading styles:

22. Heading 1-6: identifies text as a heading, with varying sizes, and changes text color to blue.

Heading 1

Heading 2

Heading 3

Heading 4

Heading 5

Heading 6

 

23. Address: changes the text to italics and identifies item as an address.

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Lists

24. Lists with bullets - letters, numbers, discs, circles, grey squares, blue arrows, or no bullet.

  • Item 1
  • Item 2
  • Item 3