For each option in the toolbar, you can roll over the icon to read the rollover text to see that action each accomplishes.
Maximize your editing screen when working on long pages.
Bold, italic, superscript, subscript, remove formatting.
Add a hyperlink to internal and external content, unlink, and add an anchor link.
Align left, center, and right.
Bullets, Insert/Remove numbered list, decrease indent, increase indent.
Insert text, insert Word content.
Insert/upload images and embed video
Used to embed images into the web page as well as style the images to float left, right or center. See detailed instructions for embedding and stylizing images to learn more.
Insert a callout block, made up of a title and body. Used to call out some notable information.
Insert styled quote, insert table.
Tables can be aligned left, center, or right. If you right-click any table in the WYSIWYG editor, you can open the Table Properties dialog, which allows you to convert the first row or column into headers, add a caption, and adjust other properties.
Insert iframe, view HTML source.
Use the Set Language when entering non-English text. This allows a screen reader to recognize text as another language and properly read it aloud. Highlight your text and select the language from the dropdown. It will add code around the text that is invisible to you. To see the code, click the Source icon.
Adds a horizontal rule for helping to create visual separation of topics.
special or foreign character
The Omega symbol is used to add special or foreign characters. Use the Omega symbol to enter the following characters (and more) into the body of text. To enter them into the Title field, you will need to use the keyboard or cut and paste.
Used to style text as code, using a monospace font and has only specialized use cases.
Used to control the format and purpose of the text. Headings start at heading level 2 instead of level 1 because level 1 is always reserved for the page title. See more information on heading styles below. The "Formatted" option should be used for pre-formatted text only, like a block of code.