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How to: Colored text for Mac

Started by Katherine <3 , Jan 16 2017 12:32 AM

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So, I bet y'all have seen http://forum.knocktu...ored-book-text/(a tutorial by Kat on how to colored book text), but it's for windows! We need one for Mac! And, me having a mac, would like to explain to everyone who wants to add a little pizzazz to their homework or anything else, how to color it up!

1. Open up Notes or Pages and start a new document. Hold alt/option + 6 and a § symbol will appear. Copy the symbol (command + c) and paste it into a book and quill (command + v).

2. Select a color/style! For those who don't know how, here is a key to colors and styles.


§1 Dark Blue
§2 Dark Green
§3 Dark Aqua
§4 Dark Red §5 Purple
§6 Gold

§7 Grey

§8 Dark Grey

§9 Blue

§a Green

§b Aqua

§c Red

§d Light Purple

§e Yellow

§f White

§ + k = Random Text

§ + l = Bold

§ + m = Strikethrough text

§ + n = Underline

§ + o = Italic Text

§ + r = Resets everything (Doesn't destroy text)

 

 

3. Type! But remember, use the symbol/code every line because it will not work without it!

 

 

Thanks for reading and have a lovely day!


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Ahhh that font at the beginning hurts my eyes xD Nice guide! Helpful for non-windows users :3


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