The Formatting bar contains basic commands for applying manually formatting.
Specifies whether to show or hide the Styles window, which is where you can assign and organize styles.
You can enter several fonts, separated by semicolons. LibreOffice uses each named font in succession if the previous fonts are not available.
Makes the selected text bold. If the cursor is in a word, the entire word is made bold. If the selection or word is already bold, the formatting is removed.
Makes the selected text italic. If the cursor is in a word, the entire word is made italic. If the selection or word is already italic, the formatting is removed.
Underlines or removes underlining from the selected text.
Click to apply the current font color to the selected characters. You can also click here, and then drag a selection to change the text color. Click the arrow next to the icon to open the Font color toolbar.
Applies the default currency format to the selected cells.
Applies the percentage format to the selected cells.
Applies the default number format to the selected cells.
Adds one decimal place to the numbers in the selected cells.
Removes one decimal place from the numbers in the selected cells.
Click the Decrease Indent icon to reduce the left indent of the current paragraph or cell content and set it to the previous tab position.
Click the Increase Indent icon to increase the left indent of the current paragraph or cell content and set it to the next default tab position.
Click the Borders icon to open the Borders toolbar, where you can modify the border of a sheet area or an object.
Click to open a toolbar where you can click a background color for a paragraph. The color is applied to the background of the current paragraph or the selected paragraphs.
Number Format : Date
Applies the date format to the selected cells.
Number Format: Exponential
Applies the exponential format to the selected cells.
If CTL support is enabled, two additional icons are visible.
The text is entered from left to right.
The text formatted in a complex text layout language is entered from right to left.