Make text stand out by changing its format. Notice the difference when the text's font is changed from regular to italic.
You can change how text looks by changing its format. For example, you can make text bold, italic, or underlined, to make it stand out from the rest.
You do this by clicking a button on a toolbar, or by using a simple keystroke.
The text in the picture is a quote. To make it more noticeable in a paper about the solar system, you can format it in italic.
To do this, select the text, and then on the Formatting toolbar, click Italic . Or you can do the same thing by pressing CTRL+I.
In the practice you'll make text italic, as well as bold and underlined.