July 27th, 2011 |
Google SketchUp, Uncategorized
If you happen to be using LayOut
on a Mac, there’s a menu item that you might’ve missed: Choosing Text > Show Rulers
displays the Mac operating system’s default ruler at the top of the screen. More interestingly, it adds a few typographic controls that are otherwise hidden.
Selecting a piece of text (when your ruler is visible) reveals drop-down menus for Paragraph Style, Alignment and Spacing, as well as preset settings for bulleted and numbered lists. Windows users can access list formatting controls in the Text Style dialog box.
Compared to the last tip I wrote, this one was quick, eh?