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Font attributes: bold, italics, underline, rotation, skewing, blurring

Memento Pro allows you to apply several kinds of text effects. You can do so either on one or more selected text frames, or on a portion of text within a text frame.
To learn more about text frame selection, consult the following article.


Font Attributes

Bold

Select your text frame(s) or a portion of your text.

Open the text attribute options.

Click on the Bold icon.
Note the Bold icon is now brighter.

Click again to turn off Bold.
Italic

Select your text frame(s) or a portion of your text.

Open the text attribute options.

Click on the Italics icon to turn on the default italic version of your selected font.

Note the Italics icon is now brighter.

Click again to turn off Italics.
Use the Italics slider to manually control the amount of italicisation of your text for a more exaggerated look or to italicise towards the left.



Should you wish to reset the effect to default (eg. turn it off), simply double-click on the slider button.

Underline

Select your text frame(s) or a portion of your text.

Open the text attribute options.

Click on the Underline icon.
Note the Underline icon is now brighter.

Click again to turn off Underlining.
Strikeout

Select your text frame(s) or a portion of your text.

Open the text attribute options.

Click on the Strikeout icon.
Note the Strikeout icon is now brighter.

Click again to turn off Strikeout.
Letter Rotation

Select your text frame(s) or a portion of your text.

Use the Letter Rotation slider to adjust the amount of rotation.


Should you wish to reset the effect to default (eg. turn it off), simply double-click on the slider button.


Note: to rotate the entire text frame, use the rotation handle under the selected frame.


Skew

Select your text frame(s) or a portion of your text.

Use the Skew slider to adjust the amount of skew.


Should you wish to reset the effect to default (eg. turn it off), simply double-click on the slider button.

Blur

Select your text frame(s) or a portion of your text.

Use the Blur slider to adjust the amount of blur.

Should you wish to reset the effect to default (eg. turn it off), simply double-click on the slider button.

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