The Text Formatting Bar that is displayed when the cursor is in a text object, such as a text box or a drawing object, contains formatting and alignment commands.
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 single line spacing to the current paragraph. This is the default setting.
Sets the line spacing to 1.5 lines.
Sets the line spacing to two lines.
Aligns the paragraph to the left page margin.
Centers the contents of the paragraph on the page.
Aligns the paragraph to the right page margin.
Aligns the paragraph to the left and to the right page margins.
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.
Changes the font and the font formatting for the selected characters.
Modifies the format of the current paragraph, such as indents and 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.