Tomboy Notes allows you to format the text within a note in a number of different ways, including undo and redo, bold, italics, underline, and more.
To undo the last action, including typing a word or formatting text, press the Text icon in the toolbar and choose Undo.
If you want to redo a word or text after using Undo, press the Text icon in the toolbar and choose Redo.
You can format the text of your notes in a number of different ways, including underlining words, making text bold or italics, highlighting words or phrases, or striking through text.
You can change the size of the text in your notes one of two ways.
Highlight the text that you want to make bigger or smaller, and press Ctrl++ to make your text bigger or Ctrl+- to make your text smaller.
Alternatively, you can press the Text icon in the toolbar and choose from one of four preset sizes including small, normal, large and huge.
Bullets can be created by using the keyboard or the Text icon in the toolbar.
To manually create a bullet, type the asterisk key * and then type your text. After pressing enter, Tomboy will automatically convert a line starting with an asterisk into a bullet, and the next line will be auto-formatted as a bullet as well. If you want to create a sub-bullet, press Tab immediately after pressing Enter.
You can also highlight a specific line and choose the Text icon in the toolbar check the Bullets checkbox to change a specific line to be bulleted.
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