To get the best results, you need to correctly use the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor, shown right. Many of its features are similar to those of familiar word processing programs such as Microsoft Word, but there are important differences.
- It is best to enter and format text directly into the WYSIWYG editor (and that's how this page was created!)
- If you create a document in Word, you must use the "Paste as Plain Text" button.
- Properly use headers (via the Formatting Drop Down) to make pages accessible, searchable, and more user-friendly.
- Special characters (e.g. "©", "œ", or "½") must be entered using the WYSIWYG.