Using MS Word Boldface/Italic/Underline/Font in HTML

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Yes I know MS Word, but I want to have some clarification about its proper meaning,

And how can I use them in HTML,

Is that possible?

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Using MS Word Boldface/Italic/Underline/Font in HTML

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Boldface, italic and underline are the one that makes the user to give an emphasis to the words that he or she typed by making it bold-making the text look bigger, italic- bending the text in a slant position to the right and underline-using it in a word makes the word to be underlined.
 
However, the font choice is different; it is also one that user’s use in editing but it allows the user to modifying or transforming the font of the words or what we call its typeface to improve the typed words presentations in accordance of what the user’s want for its typed document.
 
In your question about using it in HTML, yes it is possible, just type the proper code in notepad, <b> for bold, <i> for italic and <u> for underline.
 
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Using MS Word Boldface/Italic/Underline/Font in HTML

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If you simply want to learn if it is possible to apply the font styles available in Microsoft Office Word like bold, italic, and underline to HTML, it is very possible. In HTML, there are available tags that apply these font styles to the texts displayed in an HTML page. In HTML 4.01, to add the bold font style to words or letters, we use the tag <b>…</b>.

To apply the italic font style, we use the tag <i>…</i>. And to apply the underline font style, we use the tag <u>…</u>. To apply these tags, see the examples below:

  • <b>Father</b>
  • <i>Fox</i>
  • <u>Simplicity</u>

The output of these tags should be like these:

  • Father
  • Fox
  • Simplicity

In HTML5, we only use the <b>…</b> tag when there is no other tag that is more suitable. To apply emphasis on text, we use the tag <em>…</em>. When you want to indicate important text, use the tag <strong>…</strong>. And if you want to highlight text, use the tag <mark>…</mark>.

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