In certain tools, you can control the appearance of your text using the WYSIWYG editor. The WYSIWYG toolbar has icons for editing and formatting your text.
Note: Pasting text from Microsoft Word directly into
the WYSIWYG editor may result in garbled output, even if the text
appears correct in the editor. Instead, to insert formatted text from
a Word document, click the
Paste from Word icon, and paste
Some users have reported problems using
Paste from Word in
Internet Explorer 9; for best results, use a supported
Which browser should I use?
The WYSIWYG editor is based on an open-source application called FCKeditor. To see what each icon in the toolbar does, refer to the Toolbar page in the FCKeditor Users Guide.
To ensure that the WYSIWYG editor appears and functions properly, use a supported browser; see Which browser should I use?
However, Internet Explorer is currently the only browser that supports the spellcheck feature. To use spellcheck, you must first download and install the ieSpell extension from the ieSpell download page; you may only download ieSpell on a personal computer, not on a university-owned workstation.
Note: Errors have been reported when using the WYSIWYG editor in Internet Explorer 9; for example, you may be unable to use the button to insert an image.