Editor’s Note: This tutorial was written for TextEdit 1.6 running on Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
TextEdit, the “Notepad” of Mac OS, is more than what it may first appear to be, with some features that you’ll be sure to miss if you don’t actually take the time to get to know the software. Luckily for you, we’re here to help, with a tutorial on one of these features: changing the text color of various text in TextEdit. Take a look:
Let’s say I have the following text that I want to change color:
To do this, we’re going to bring up a colors menu, by going under Format >> Font >> Show Colors:
Now, just highlight the text you want to change color and pick a color from the new menu that you just activated:
And by highlighting different text, you can get results like this:
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