Web Editor 2006 Manual

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A gray dot indicates a space character. A red dot indicates a non-breaking space. A red arrow indicates the beginning of a numbered or bulleted list. A yellow bookmark icon indicates the position of a bookmark. A yellow layer icon indicates the position of a layer tag. 34 The visual authoring environment Chapter 2: Namo WebEditor Fundamentals Mark Name Floating Box Mark Table Gridlines Current Table Outline Layer Outline Description A yellow floating box icon indicates a floating box. Dashed lines indicate the borders of cells in tables with invisible borders.

5. Under Categories, click a category containing a command (button) you want to add to the new toolbar. 6. Under Commands, choose a command to add and drag it to the new toolbar. 7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for each button you want to add to the new toolbar. 8. When you are finished adding buttons, click Close. To remove a custom toolbar 1. On the View menu, point to Toolbars, and click Customize. 2. Under Toolbars, click the name of the toolbar you want to remove. 3. Click Delete. The Inspector and other tool panels About tool panels At the bottom and right side of the main window are two areas that contain various tool panels.

189). Preferences and settings 43 Namo WebEditor 2006 User Manual To set the default display fonts for Edit mode 1. 2. 3. On the Tools menu, click Preferences, and then click the Browser Defaults tab. Under Character set and fonts, do one or both of the following: o Click the Proportional font box and choose a font. Then click the size box and choose a point size. o Click the Fixed-width font box and choose a font. Then click the size box and choose a point size. Click OK. Specifying default colors and character set for new documents Specifying default colors In the Preferences dialog box, you can specify the default colors that new documents will use for various items, including: • ordinary text • the document background • unvisited hyperlinks • visited hyperlinks • "active" hyperlinks (a hyperlink is "active" when the mouse pointer is over it) To specify default colors for new documents 1.

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