The styles covered in this article are located in the Styles gallery, a visual menu located on the Home tab. To apply a style, simply select the text you want to format, and then click the style you want in the Styles gallery. To learn more, see Apply a style to text in Word. Modify an existing style. We have 3122 free Text Fonts to offer for direct downloading 1001 Fonts is your favorite site for free fonts since 2001. Font styles: Properties that affect the font that is applied to the text, affecting what font is applied, how big it is, whether it is bold, italic, etc.

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  • (put:) → Instant
  • (print:) → Command
  • (if:) → Changer
  • (else-if:) → Changer
  • (for:)Changer
  • (either:) → Any

colour

  • (hsla:) → Colour
  • (rgba:) → Colour

data structure

    • (also known as: (array:))
    • (also known as: (datamap:))
    • (also known as: (dataset:))
  • (altered:) → Array
  • (dataentries:) → Array
  • (datavalues:) → Array
  • (folded:) → Any
  • (none-pass:) → Boolean
  • (repeated:) → Array
  • (rotated:) → Array
  • (some-pass:) → Boolean

date and time

  • (current-time:) → String
  • (weekday:) → String

game state

links

    • (also known as: (link-replace:))
  • (dropdown:) → Command
  • (link-reveal-goto:) → Changer
  • (link-show:) → Command
  • (link-undo:) → Command
  • (click-replace:) → Changer
  • (click-prepend:) → Changer
  • (mouseover:) → Changer
  • (mouseover-append:) → Changer
  • (mouseover-goto:) → Command
  • (mouseout-replace:) → Changer
  • (mouseout-prepend:) → Changer
  • (go-to:) → Command

live

  • (event:) → Changer

maths

  • (cos:) → Number
  • (log:) → Number
  • (log2:) → Number
  • (min:) → Number
  • (sign:) → Number
  • (sqrt:) → Number

number

  • (floor:) → Number
    • (also known as: (number:))
  • (round:) → Number

popup

  • (confirm:) → Boolean

revision

  • (prepend:) → Changer

saving

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  • (save-game:) → Boolean

showing and hiding

  • (show:) → Command

string

  • (lowerfirst:) → String
    • (also known as: (string:), (str:))
  • (upperfirst:) → String
  • (str-repeated:) → String
  • (str-reversed:) → String

styling

  • (background:) → Changer
  • (font:) → Changer
  • (hover-style:) → Changer
    • (also known as: (colour:))
  • (text-style:) → Changer
    • (also known as: (t8n-time:))
    • (also known as: (t8n:))
    • (also known as: (t8n-depart:))
    • (also known as: (t8n-arrive:))

url

  • (open-url:) → Command
  • (reload:) → Command

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Types of data

Special keywords

Special passage tags

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LaTeX normally chooses the appropriate font and font size based on the logical structureof the document (e.g. sections). In some cases, you may want to set fonts and sizes by hand.

The syntax to set a font size or font style is easy:

This example shows how to use the smallest available font (tiny) in LaTeX and the small caps style.

Font sizes are identified by special names, the actual size is not absolute but relative to the font size declared in the documentclass statement (see Creating a document in LaTeX).

In the example, {huge huge font size} declares that the text inside the braces must be formatted in a huge font size. For a complete list of available font sizes see the reference guide.

By default, in standard LaTeX classes the serif typeface (a.k.a. roman) font is used. The other font typefaces (sans serif and typewriter, a.k.a. monospace) can be used by entering some specific commands

You can set up the use of sans font as a default in LaTeX document by using the command:

Similarly, for using roman font as a default:

The most common font styles in LaTeX are bold, italics and underlined, but there are a few more.

In the example at the introduction the small caps style was used. In this case the textsl command sets the slanted style which makes the text look a bit like italics but not quite. See the reference guide for a complete list of font styles.

If you want to go back to 'normal' font style (default for the LaTeX class you are using), this can be done by using the textnormal{...}command or the normalfont switch command.

Font sizes

CommandOutput
tiny
scriptsize
footnotesize
small
normalsize
large
Large
LARGE
huge
Huge

Default font families

typeface = familycommandswitch commandoutput
serif (roman)textrm{Sample Text 0123}rmfamily
sans seriftextsf{Sample Text 0123}sffamily
typewriter (monospace)texttt{Sample Text 0123}ttfamily

Font styles

stylecommandswitch commandoutput
mediumtextmd{Sample Text 0123}mdseries
boldtextbf{Sample Text 0123}bfseries
uprighttextup{Sample Text 0123}upshape
italictextit{Sample Text 0123}itshape
slantedtextsl{Sample Text 0123}slshape
small capstextsc{Sample Text 0123}scshape

For more information see:

Overleaf guides

LaTeX Basics

Text Styles Designs

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Text Styles Figma

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Text Styles Discord

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