Using styles

A style is a set of text formatting options, such as font name, size, color, etc. that can be used throughout the document. By using styles you will not have to edit each time text or heading to make it look the way you want it. Styles are applied globally throughout the project, so instead of editing some text manually throughout the whole document, you can just edit and apply the specific style.
To apply a pre-configured style in a topic, click the left most button in the editor toolbar and select the appropriate style from the drop-down list:
Hint: Start typing the style name to quickly select it in the list.
You can also use keyboard shortcuts to apply styles in text editor.
The following styles are pre-configured by default:
  • Normal (body text)
  • Heading 1
  • Heading 2
  • Code (code selection)
  • Quote (quote selection)
For more details on styles and how to add/edit them, see section Text formatting styles.
Note: styles in Dr.Explain don't include paragraph text alignment, indent, line spacing settings at the moment.
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