Contains formatting commands for text that is contained in a draw object. The Text Object bar appears when you double-click inside a draw object.
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.
Reduces the font size of the selected text and raises the text above the baseline.
Reduces the font size of the selected text and lowers the text below the baseline.
Aligns the selected paragraph(s) to the left and the right container margins. If you want, you can also specify the alignment options for the last line of a paragraph by choosing Format - Paragraph - Alignment.
These commands can only be accessed after you enable support for Asian languages in LibreOffice - PreferencesTools - Options - Languages and Locales - General.
Specifies the horizontal direction of the text.
Specifies the vertical direction of the text.
Selects the entire content of the current file, frame, or text object.
Changes the font and the font formatting for the selected characters.
Here you can define the indents, spacing, alignment and line spacing for the paragraph currently selected.