When Asian typography is activated (Tools > Options >
Language Settings > Languages), the dialog boxes in Figure
3 and Figure 4 contain an additional page to set some high-level
options for Asian typography, the
page contains additional
information, and the
page is slightly different.
Text must be selected before it can be formatted manually.
the text in a text box, click once on the text, then
click once on the border of the text box. Only the green resizing
handles are displayed. Now any formatting changes will apply to
all the text in the text box.
To format only
of the text, click once on the text, then select
the text to be formatted by clicking and dragging (highlighting)
over it. You can also use keyboard combinations to select text:
move the cursor where you want to begin your selection, press
and then use the arrow buttons to extend your selection.
Formatting changes will apply only to the selected text.
key along with the
key while creating
a selection is useful to speed up the process. This combination
highlights the text word by word instead of character by
character. To speed up the selection even further, you can
key with the
key or the
extend the selection up to the start or end of the line in which
the cursor is positioned, respectively.
To view the character formatting options, select Format > Character
or click the Character button
on the Text Formatting toolbar. (If a
toolbar with the text icon is not visible, choose View > Toolbars >
Text Formatting.) The Character dialog box appears.
shown in Figure 5, to select the desired font type,
its base attributes (Italic, Bold, etc.) as well as the size. A sample of the
font is displayed in the lower part of the dialog box. You can also
specify the language of this style.
Adding and Formatting Text