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HTML Editor

The HTML editor helps those not familiar with HTML coding to create customized Web Pages and emails using images, bolding, colors, etc. The HTML editor works similar to Microsoft Word.

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Below is a list of some smart tools available in the HTML editor.

 

Add pictures in the web page/email using directly from the graphic library.

Pre-coded HTML templates

Add a link to a document saved in the document library

Paragraph styles

Font types

Font size, color and text highlight options

Bold

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Break

Bulleted List

Cell Properties

Copy

Create Link

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Cut

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Delete Table Column

Delete Table Row

Font Back Color Picker

Font Fore Color Picker

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Indent

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Insert Horizontal Line

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Insert Paragraph

Insert Table

Insert the current time

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Insert today's date

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Italic

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Justify Center

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Justify Full

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Justify Left

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Justify None

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Justify Right

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Lowercase

Merge Cells Down

Merge Cells Right

Numbered List

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Outdent

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Paste

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Redo

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Remove All Formatting

Row Properties

Save

Select All

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Special Characters

Strikethrough

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SubScript

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SuperScript

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Underline

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Undo

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Unlink

Uppercase

Word Clean removes the extra coding MS Word puts behind
copied text

Zoom

 

HTML Editor Quick Tips:

  1. Single spacing: To move the cursor to next line or create a single line break in the current paragraph you need to press the shift and enter key together [Shift+Enter].

  2. Double spacing: To create a blank line between the current line and the next line, click the [Enter] button.

  3. Creating links: To make a piece of text a hyper link, highlight the text and then click on the Create Hyper Link

    button createLink.jpg. This will give you a pop up on you screen, which would look like the image below:

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  1. Enter the URL the website that the link should go to. Be sure to include http://

  2. Using the drop down “Target” you can choose whether the link should open in the same window or a new window:

  1. Click OK.

 

 

This topic was last updated on 04/15/2011