The text editor in LibGuides.
The styles button has some predefined options you might use--a typewriter font to show computer code, inline quotation, and others.
Here you will find H3, H4, and other headers.
Use changes in font styles, colors, and sizes with care:
Use these commands to copy and paste or to paste Word-formatted or unformatted text.
These buttons also contain the all important Undo command.
Use these commands to align or indent text blocks, to create lists, or block quotes.
Add or remove hyperlinks or place an anchor in a document that can be linked to.
These commands allow you to insert an image, a table, a horizontal line, or a special character.
More detail about images on the Working with Images Page.
You can turn toggle this on to check while you type. The check as you type only stays "on" while you are activiely editing that content block. You can also use the spellcheck tool to review the entire content block after you have finished working.
Use this tool for more screen real estate. Toggle off to go back to normal view.
This is the replacement for the "Plain Text" button in v. 1. What is nice is that you can toggle back and forth without having first to save your work.
Use Source for pasting HTML code and scripts.