- January 18, 2007 at 6:27 pm #4105userParticipant
while writting some text, I write some terms, that I want to somehow mark them
in textbooks, the (scientific etc) terms are either with bold, italics, underlined etc characters
how can I do this with emeditor? can emeditor use bold,italics,underlined characters for specific words?
if yes how? if no, is there any alternative method to somehow mark the terms?
thanksJanuary 18, 2007 at 6:33 pm #4106Yutaka EmuraKeymaster
Go to Properties > Highlight (1), and add specific words you want to highlight. And then you can go to Properties > Display, and change the font style from Normal to Underline, Bold or Italic for each Highlight (1) – (10) item.
In future versions, I will add an ability to do these tasks more easily to macros.January 19, 2007 at 12:20 pm #4112userParticipant
thanks but I dont know all the words I want to mark as “terms”, so that I could add them to highlight list
and its not convenient to add the word each time
I would imagine to select the text of the term and using a keyboard shortcut to make it underlined/bold/italics
I hope the macro function you refer too will do this
something else, emeditor seems to be able to either display all the text of a document as bold/italics/underlined or none
it cant display seperate words as bold etc
am I wrong? if no, how do I make bold seperate words?
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