The WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) style editor is used to edit your design, web pages and also your products descriptions. It has been designed to look very similar to Word. Below is a list of the functions available within this editor:
Source: View or edit document source code (for advanced users).
Maximise: Maximises the content you can edit on your screen.
Print: Prints the content you have created.
Cut : Cuts selection
Copy : Copies selection
Paste : Pastes from clipboard
Paste as plain text : Pastes from clipboard as plain text
Paste from Word : Pastes from word
Undo : Undo's previous action
Redo : Redoes last undone item
Find : Searches through the document to find search term
Replace : Replaces items that have been found in search
Select All : Selects all content from document
Spell check as you type : Applies an auto spellchecker
Link : Create a hyperlink
Unlink : Removes a hyperlink
Anchor : Add's an anchor link
Image : Add an image to the document
Flash : Adds a flash file to the document
Table : Adds a table to the document
Horizontal Line : Adds a horizontal line to the document
Font Family : Lets you select the font from the drop down list
Font Size : Lets you change the size of the text in your document
Text Color : Select the colour of your text
Background Colour : Change the background (highlight) colour of your text
Bold : Makes your text bold
Italic : Makes your text italic
Underline : Underlines your text
Strike-through : Applies a line through your text
Super Subscript :
Remove Formatting : Removes all formatting from your text including font family, size, colour and all other formatting options.
Numbered List : Adds a numbered list
Dotted List : Adds a dotted list
Decrease Indent : Decreases the indentation
Increase Indent : Increases the indentation
Left Align : Aligns your selected items or text to the left
Centred : Aligns your selected items or text to the centre
Right Align : Aligns your selected items or text to the right
Justify : Evenly distributes your content to spread across the whole width of the document.