Subject: Setting the paragraph text style



You can set the paragraph text style before you specify the insertion point. You select the text style by typing the name of a previously defined style.

To specify a paragraph text style

   1   Do one of the following to choose Multiline Text ():

   On the ribbon, choose Home > Multiline Text (in Annotation) or Annotate > Multiline Text (in Text).

   On the menu, choose Draw > Multiline Text.

   On the Draw toolbar, click the Multiline Text tool.

   Type mtext and then press Enter.

   2   Specify the first point of the text box.

   3   In the prompt box, choose Text Style.

   4   Type the name of a previously defined text style, and then press Enter.

   5   Specify the text height.

   6   Specify the rotation angle.

   7   Specify the opposite corner of the text box.

   8   Type the text.

   9   To complete the command, click Close Editor.

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