|Edit||The edit menu contains the basic actions your authors can use within the editor.|
Paste: Paste cut or copied content from your operating system's clipboard.
Paste as plain text: Paste formatted text as plain text to remove any formatting.
Paste from Word: Paste Microsoft Word content to translate Microsoft Word content to HTML. Further review may be required to ensure the desired effect has been achieved.
|View||The view menu allows authors different ways to see the content they'll be editing.|
|Source||View and edit the HTML source for the page.|
|Show blocks||See the content blocks in WYSIWYG mode in order to better identify the HTML structure and format of your content.|
|Format||The format menu contains tools that allow authors to change the look of selected text.|
|Font||Change the font for selected text. You can also add new fonts or control them globally with CSS.|
Strikethrough: Strikes a line through selected text. For example:
Subscript: Add a small letter or symbol below a line. E.g. writing the chemical compound N2
Superscript: Add a small letter or symbol above a line of text. E.g. writing equations 23 = 8
Code: Insert a code block or apply a code block to selected text.
Regular text: Exclude selected text from being parsed by the editor.
Remove format: Remove all formatting from the selected content.