The way that keyboarding characters are measured (i.e. 10pt. or 12 pt.)
Draws line through text
Prints text darker than other copy as it is keyed
Prints letters that slope up toward the right
Used to format paragraphs to begin with large initial capital letters that take up two or more lines.
Text or graphic appears on top or behind document's text
Examples include shadow, emboss, small caps, outline
Changes text to graphic object
Used to change the case of characters
Used for labels or as callouts in documents
The design of letters such as Times New Roman and Courier
Text placed slightly lower than other text on a line
Used for enhancement purposes
Causes text to appear darker than other text and also letters slope up toward the right
Places a line under text as it is keyed
Text placed slightly higher than other text on a line
A digital typeface that can vary in type and size
Predefined set of formatting options that have been named and saved
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