Here are a few basic formatting commands you will use most when working in Document360.
Headings (H2, H3, H4)
To create Headings (H2, H3, H4), precede text with a hash (#).
This is a Heading 2
This is a Heading 3
This is a Heading 4
Make sure that there is a space between syntax and text. Make sure that there is a blank line above the Heading tags.
Paragraph styling (Bold, Italics, and Strikethrough)
You can add the following types of styling to a paragraph text:
|Bold||** **||This text is in bold formatting||Ctrl+b or Cmd+b|
|Italics||* * (or) _ _||This text is in italics||Ctrl+i or Cmd+i|
Make sure that there is no space between syntax and text.
Bulleted and Numbered lists
Insert numbered (ordered) lists simply by typing
1. and then pressing enter when you've finished writing.
- List item 1
- List item 2
- List item 3
Add bulleted (unordered) lists by placing an asterisk
* or hyphen '-' in front of your list item.
- An asterisk precedes this item
- This one too!
Include quotes or highlight important points by using '>' before the text.
This will quote the entire line of text
You can enter a horizontal line to divide two lines of text using the three asterisks.
For more advanced Markdown syntax commands, visit the official Markdown syntax guide.