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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Using character styles

Character styles are a complement to paragraph styles. Like paragraph styles, they define text properties (font, weight, size), but they are applied to blocks of text smaller than a paragraph. For example, you can use the Emphasis character style to emphasize a word. A couple of character styles used in this document include:

  • Key strokes use the custom OOoKeyStroke style. For example, “to set OOo to full screen, press Control+Shift+Jâ€.

  • Menu paths use the custom OOoMenuPath style. For example, “to turn field shadings on or off, choose View > Field Shadingsâ€.

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