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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Operation Command Display
Acute accentacute aá
Grave accentgrave aà
Reverse circumflexcheck a\check{a}
Brevebreve a\breve{a}
Circlecircle aå
Vector arrowvec a\vec{a}
Tildetilde aã
Circumflexhat aâ
Line abovebar a\bar{a}
Dotdot a\dot{a}
Wide vector arrowwidevec abc\overrightarrow{a b c}
Wide tildewidetilde abc
Wide circumflexwidehat abc\widehat{abc}
Double dotddot a\ddot{a}
Line overoverline abc\overline{abc}
Line underunderline abc\underline{abc}
Line throughoverstrike abcabc
Triple dotdddot a
Transparent (useful to get a placeholder of a given size)phantom a
Bold fontbold a\bold{a}
Italic font (see Note 1)ital “a"\mathit{a}\,\!
Resize fontsize 16 qvqv
Following item in sans serif font (see Note 2)font sans qv
Following item in serif fontfont serif qvqv
Following item in fixed fontfont fixed qvqv
Make color of following text cyan (see Note 3)color cyan qv\color{Cyan}qv
Make color of following text yellowcolor yellow qv\color{Yellow}qv
Make color of following text whitecolor white qv\color{White}qv
Make color of following text greencolor green qv\color{Green}qv
Make color of following text bluecolor blue qv\color{Blue}qv
Make color of following text redcolor red qv\color{Red}qv
Make color green returns to default color blackcolor green X qv{\color{Green}{X}} \ qv
Brace items to change color of more than one itemcolor green {X qv}\color{Green}{X\ qv}

Note 1: Unquoted text that is not a command is considered to be a variable. Variables are, by default, italicized.

Note 2: There are three custom fonts: serif (with serifs), sans (sans serif, meaning without serifs), and fixed ( monospaced). To change the actual fonts used for custom fonts and the fonts used for variables (unquoted text), numbers and functions, use Format > Fonts.

Note 3: For all coloring, the color will apply only to the text immediately following the command until the next space is encountered. In order to have the color apply to more characters, place the text you want in color in curly brackets.

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