The Text Style dialog box contains controls for manipulating the style of text in your document. All settings in the Text Style dialog box can apply to the currently selected text or any text created in the future.Format Tab
The Format tab contains options for changing the formatting of your text.
Click on the Underline button to place an line under the currently selected text.
Click on the Strikethrough button to place a line through the currently selected text.
Click on the Text Color well to change the color for text. Refer to the Colors dialog box for further information.
Click on the Align Left, Align Center, or Align Right button to align a text to the left, center or right-side of the text box.
Click on the Anchor Top, Anchor Center, or Anchor Bottom to anchor the text to the top, center, or bottom of the text box.
Click the Unbounded button to show all text contained by the currently selected text box. The width and height of an unbounded text box grow to accommodate all text.
Click the Bounded button to show only the text that fits within the rectangular bounds of the text box. Text is hidden when the the text box is smaller than the contained text.
Select a font from the Family list to use that font when writing text.
Select a font style from the Typeface list to use when writing text. Font styles are regular, bold, italic, and bold italic.
Select a size from the Size list to use when writing text. Sizes are in points.
The Format tab contains options for changing the formatting lists.
The Style list contains the different types of lists you can create. These types are: bulleted lists (Bullets), numbered lists (0,1,2,...), lower-case lists (a,b,c,...), upper-case lists (A,B,C,...), lower-case Greek-lettered lists (i, ii, iii), and upper-case Greek-lettered lists (I, II, III,...).
The Separator list contains a list of five separator types used to separate the list item bullet, number, or letter from the list item text.
Type a starting number for your list into the Start At: field to begin your list at a number or letter other than 1 or a respectively.