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A Guide to the Document Text Editor

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Most of these features you will be familiar with from other text interface programs:(From L-R)

  1. The Show Template toggle
  2. '+' - Create new asset. From the document editor, you can insert and create a new asset. From here, you can choose to leave it temporary or save it to the library for use in other documents.
  3. 'Rubbish' - Delete asset. This will delete an asset from your document without affecting the template.
  4. The formulae function.
  5. Add Image
  6. Add table
  7. Add page-break
  8. Add hyperlink (useful to provide links to other content such as Product Disclosure Statements)
  9. Bolden/Italicise/Underline text (note, these will carry over from another word processor if you have copied content into the asset)
  10. Align left/centre/right, or justify text to centralise
  11. Bullet list or number list
  12. Similarly to most Word processors, you can create a numbered list or a nested list.
  13. Remember, hitting 'tab' whilst creating a list will indent the next line, so you can contain sub-points easily within a nested list.
  14. Select Heading formatting